Who Is The Winner Of BBNaija 2021 Winner And Runner Up . 

Who Is The Winner And Runner Up . 

The 72nd day of Big Brother Naija season 6 is the final day of the competition. Emmanuel, Cross, Angel, Pere, and Whitemoney are the top six finalists competing for the N90million grand prize. Liquorose, Cross, Angel, Pere, and Whitemoney are the other semifinalists.

One hundred and thirty million naira (N30 million) in cash, a two-bedroom apartment from Revolution Plus Properties, a fully funded Abeg wallet from Patricia, a top-of-the-line SUV from Nigerian automaker, Innoson Motors, and a trip for two from Travelbeta make up the grand prize for the winner of BBNaija season six.

BBNaija – Pere Evicted from the Show 

Pere came and conquered the world through his HoH regime, and we gained a great deal of strategic knowledge from him. From being a Wildcard to making it into the top three is quite an accomplishment. It’s truly amazing! Pere, you did an excellent job!

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2021 BBNaija – Liquorose Runner Up

Liquorose emerged as the first runner-up of the sixth season of #BBNaija. Liquorose entered the House with her sights set on the prize and her determination to win. Here’s a quick look back at some of her most memorable moments from her time in the #BBNaija House.

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BBNaija 2021 Winner –

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The winner of the “Shine Ya Eye” edition of Big Brother Naija has been announced as Whitemoney, a housemate from Season 6 of the show. Whitemoney has spent 71 days in the big brother’s house.

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With all of the notes he struck in the kitchen, Whitemoney provided plenty of opportunities for laughter and music. His presence in the House will be sorely missed as well.

The BBNaija Finale 2021 Finale Voting Results and Percentage

The following are the results of the viewers’ poll for the top six BBNaija Season 6 housemates:

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Whitemoney was crowned the winner of the Big Brother Naija Season after receiving the most votes (47 percent). He was followed by Liquorose, who received 22.99 percent, Pere, who received 14.77 percent, Cross, who received 6.44 percent, Angel, who received 5.37 percent, and Emmanuel, who received 3.43 percent.

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