Season 6 Winner Of MTN Project Fame West Africa Is Olawale Ayodele Ojo


After several weeks in the Academy, the journey which started few months ago with auditions across ten major cities in West Africa ended on a very pleasant note with Olawale carrying the day. This history making event was graced by some crime-de-la-creme of the society, the contestants’ mentors, family and friends of the contestants and myriads of well wishers.After these breath-taking performances, the guest act for the evening-R2Bees took to the stage and blew everyone away with some of their hit tracks.  After all said and done, the moment of truth came as the representative of Alexander Forbes stepped forward with the vote results. After much suspense from Adora and  Joseph, Roland and Omolayo were called out as contestants with the least votes. Niniola emerged 3rd runner up winning a sum of Two Million Naira (N2M), Margaret-2nd runner up carting away N2M and a brand new mid size saloon car. Olawale emerged winner while Immaculate was the 1st Runner up. Olawale as the winner leaves with N5M, a fully loaded SUV and one year recording contract worth several millions of Naira and Immaculate earned N3M and a brand new Saloon car.Guess we are left with nothing but good wishes for these superstars as they launch into the industry.

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Babatunde Akinsola
Babatunde Akinsola
Babatunde Akinsola is aNaija247news' Southwest editor. He's based in Lagos and writes on the Yoruba Nation political issues, news and investigative reports

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