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Kingdom wins Nigerian Idol’s N30m prize money, SUV

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Kingdom wins Nigerian Idol's N30m prize money, SUV



Innovative dancer and singer, Kingdom Kroseide, was on Sunday rewarded for his effort when he was announced the winner of the 2021 edition of Nigerian Idol.

The young singer who has continually held the audiences spellbound with his amazing performance in the 16 weeks walks home with the N30 million prize money at stake and a brand new Sports Utility Vehicle

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The Season 6 edition of the show, which lived up to its billing came, to a climax this evening with Kingdom outshining other contestants in a keenly contested performance to win the hearts of the watching audience.

Kingdom beat his closest competitor, Francis Atela, to emerge victorious.

Kingdom, who claimed that he learnt the skill of singing by watching YouTube videos and other singers, is a computer science and informatics student at the Federal University, Otuoke, Bayelsa State.

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Prior to his participation in Nigerian Idol, Kingdom sang with Pamela Scott Music band which is based in Port Harcourt, Rivers State. He has performed at events including birthday parties, church services, and wedding ceremonies.

He wins the grand prize for the competition which includes N30 million cash, a brand new SUV, six-track EP recording deal, three music videos included, an all-expense-paid trip to Seychelles, and a weekend getaway to Dubai for two.

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Other gifts for the winner include a wide range of Tecno products, Bigi branded refrigerator plus one year of Bigi drinks, and a DSTV Explora fully installed with a premium subscription for 12 months.

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