Nigerian Tribune reporter wins maiden Nigeria Media Idol

Nigerian Tribune entertainment editor(Friday Treat), Mr Rotimi Ige, has emerged as the winner of the maiden edition of the Nigerian Media Idol.

Rotimi, who contested with other nine journalists, went home with the cash prize of N250,000 and 10 packs of Bigi products.

The first runner up got a cash prize of N150,000 while the second runner up smiled to the bank with N100,000.

The entertainment reporter thrilled the audience with his first appearance on ‘Olufunmi’ by Style Plus.

Ige, who on the winning appearance, amazed the audience with his sonorous voice and confidence on the song “African Queen” by 2face.

Nigerian Media Idol is an initiative of Rite Foods Nigeria Limited showcasing journalists’ musical talents with rewarding benefits.


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