Ilebaye, the winner of the ‘All-stars’ edition of Big Brother Naija, has shared her experiences and challenges in adapting to the lifestyle of being a newly minted millionaire.
She emerged as the victor of the reality TV show, triumphing over her closest competitor, Mercy Eke, and securing the grand prize of N120 million.
During a recent ‘meet and greet’ event held in Lagos by the digital financial services provider, Moniepoint Inc, Ilebaye opened up about her journey.
She described the transition to this new chapter in her life as both demanding and overwhelming, particularly in the online and offline realms.
Addressing her experiences, the Kogi State-born winner expressed that her fans have shown her love and support, providing a haven of positivity amidst the challenges.
She mentioned that life had been especially hectic due to media appearances and social media engagements, and she is diligently working on personal growth and self-improvement.
The meet and greet event also featured discussions with other former housemates who shared their experiences using Moniepoint’s services for personal and business banking purposes since their departure from the reality show.
Tobi Amira, the Senior Vice President responsible for Business Loans and Salary Advance at Moniepoint, introduced the housemates to the company’s services, emphasizing their excitement about their partnership with Big Brother Nigeria, one of Africa’s most prominent reality and entertainment programs.
Moniepoint aims to continue supporting individuals and businesses in achieving their dreams and financial goals.