Governor Rochas Okorocha promised to give to the winner of BBNaija Reality Show, 2018 Edition -Miracle, a land in any place of his choice in the State to enable him return home and build a house of his own.
Miracle and Nina visited the Governor at the Government House in Owerri on Thursday, May 3, 2018. On their visit, the governor made a Cash donation of N2 million to Miracle and also extended another N2 million Cash donation to Miss Nina Chinonso who participated in the BBNaija show.
Both Miracle and Nina held from Imo State. In this event they both spoke well of the free education programme of the State Government and hoped for more. The Governor added that Miracle has made the State proud by emerging as the winner of the show.
In his words, the governor said “We are gathered here to welcome our son who has made us proud. Miracle is our son who went to South Africa for the Big Brother Naija Reality Show. He spoke well of our State and was a good ambassador of his State. For this, we felt it is proper that we receive him”.
He also added that the Government does not usually receive people for outings they have made, unless it gives a positive feedback to the image of the State. He continued that the outstanding features of these two great participants, Miracle and Nina was that they spoke highly of Imo State. They stood tall and proud of their native State in the show. This is the reason for the honour and to say welcome back home.
He advised Miracle to use the Fame to Propagate the ideas he believes in and never allow it to enter his head, and promised to work with him in seeing to the establishment of a pilot School in Imo State.
Mr. Miracle in his speech thanked the governor for finding them worthy to be honoured. In his words, he said “I am excited about our governor because of his educational strides, especially his free education in Imo State. This is a great gift to humanity”. He added that he would see to the collaboration with the State government towards the establishment of the Pilot College in the State, to further open the state to the world, adding that his vision is to expand the aircraft simulation centre to a world-class Aviation College.