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BBNaija Winner Miracle Receives His N12million Mercedes Benz Prize (Pictures)

Just exactly a week after winning the Big Brother Naija reality TV show 2018, Miracle has taken delivery of the Mercedes Benz SUV that was promised to the winner of the show.

The young pilot was awarded N25million in cash and N20million worth of gifts, including an SUV Car, N4.7 million all-expense paid trip for two and a N3.3 million entertainment set, which adds up to the N45 million grand prize.

Miracle aslo won a N1 million cash prize from Payporte Arena Games and N200,000 from the final wager.

He also won the Pepsi Refresh Your Mix which fetched him N1 million and a trip to Dubai for the One Africa Music Fest, and a year’s supply of Pepsi and Aquafina. The much-loved reality star also won N500,000 from the Close-Up task.

An estimate of Miracle’s winnings in cash prize, assets, and in paid vacations adds up to a staggering N67,700,000.

On his return to Nigeria after an intense 85 days in the Big Brother house, Miracle was on Saturday at a star-studded ‘Home coming’ event in Lagos, received his N12 million Mercedes Benz SUV.

Miracle who was a major title contended while the show lasted, was tipped by many to win the ultimate prize. Though he faced a very stiff competition from his close buddy in the house, Tobi, who was eventually evicted on the final day of the show and ended up as the 2nd runner up.

The finalists of the 2018 Big Brother Naija show, ever since their arrival in the country have been going on media tours and granting interviews at various media houses.

Miracle’s love interest, Nina, has been the most trending of all ever since they got back into the country and it can all be attributed to her controversial love triangle with Miracle and he estranged boyfriend, Collins.

Though the finalists of the show might just be starting their sojourn into the world of fame, only time will tell on the ones that will last for so long.

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