Victory Gbakara emerges as the Winner of the Nigerian Idol Season 8 with the prize of #100m grand prize.
The winner of Season 8 of Nigerian Idol is Victory Gbakara.
He was named the reality TV show’s winner on Sunday night.
Two participants, Gbakara and Precious Mac, advanced to the show’s finale.
Quest was booted from the competition last week, leaving Victory and Precious to compete for the top prize
Victory was. Declared the winner and received 80 million Naira, a brand-new SUV, a year’s worth of Biggi beverages, and a. Weekend getaway to Cape Town, South Africa.
Following a competitive round and the conclusion of Theatre Week, the top 10 contenders entered the live event on Sunday. May 28, 2023.
Out of 29 excellent singers, the judges chose 10 competitors to perform live for the audience’s votes on the final. Day of Theatre Week.
Victory Gbakara, one of the competitors for the eighth season of Nigerian Idol, won the competition and the N100 million grand prize.
Ikponmwosa Osakioduwa, also known as IK, the show’s host, made this announcement during the grand finale, which took place on Sunday in Lagos.
Gbakara, 25, will receive N35 million in cash along with a new SUV, a year’s worth of Bigi beverages, a week-long vacation to Cape Town, a year’s worth of WAW detergent, and other prizes.
Viewers who have the ability to keep or boot participants from the competition judged performances on the live program.
The trio of Obi Asika, D’banj, and Simi selected the top 10 contestants after five weeks of auditions and performances during Theatre Week.
Savvy Henry, Constance, Goodness, Abraham, Quest, Precious Mac, Victory, Reigny, Ose Daniel, and Chisom made up the top 10 competitors from season 8.
And with just one week left in the competition, Precious Mac and Victory Gbakara were declared top 10 competitors.
Victory Gbakara is a Delta state-born lawyer, singer, and songwriter from Nigeria.
He began singing at the young age of nine and developed his vocal abilities while participating in a choir group.