Big Brother Nigeria BBN Winner Ejeba Michael Efe, was congratulated by Gov. Mohammed Abubakar of Bauchi State on Monday offered Efe some relaxation time at the famous Yankari Game Reserve.
The 24-year-old Delta State indigene won the competition out of the top five housemates including Bisola, Tboss, Debie-Rise and Marvis.
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The information was shared via the governor’s official twitter handle @GovMAA read, “Congratulations @EfeMoney!“We welcome you to visit Yankari and our beautiful Bauchi State FREE! Come, rest and #ExploreBauchi #BBNaija.”
Meanwhile, the Plateau State counterpart Rt. Hon. Simon Bako Lalong has congratulated Mr Michael Ejegba popularly known as ‘Efe’ on his emergence as the Winner of the Big Brother Naija (BBN) TV Reality Show.
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Efe, the N25 million and a Kia Sorento SUV winner
Governor Lalong in a statement signed by his Director of Press, Mr Emmanuel Nanle said the victory of Efe is a further proof of the brotherhood, excellence, courage and determination that characterises the Plateau Spirit.
He was named the winner on Sunday in South Africa where the show was staged. Efe remained the last man standing after winning the hearts of majority of the reality TV fans ahead of 13 other housemates.
Brief history of Big Brother Nigeria BBN Winner
Efe, from Warri Delta State, was born in Jos. He attended Federal Government College, Jos. He is a graduate of Economics from the University Of Jos.
He came to Lagos after his National Youth Service Corps programe, launching an Extended Play (EP) record called, Lagos, shortly before the Big Brother Nigeria game came up.
Do You know Yankari?
Yankari National Park is a large wildlife park located in the south-central part of Bauchi State, in northeastern Nigeria and is home to several natural warm water springs.
Yankari was originally created as a game reserve in 1956, but later designated Nigeria’s biggest national park in 1991 and is described as the most popular destination for tourists in Nigeria.
The reserve plays a crucial role in the development and promotion of tourism and ecotourism in Nigeria.