MTN Project Fame winner, Ighorodje, Held Thanksgiving Service In Asaba

Delta state-born Project Fame Season 9 winner, Miss Okiemute Ighorodje, on Sunday, October 16, 2016, went to church to thank God with Rev. Fr. Israel Dibia calling on Christians not to relent in their prayers to God. The 25-year-old Miss Ighorodje whose mother is from Ndokwa East and father from Ethiope East local government areas of Delta state, emerged victorious in the competitive contest carting home grand price of N5 million, a brand new SUV, a music recording contract worth N20 million and an all-expenses paid trip to South Africa.

Addressing the congregation, Miss Ighorodje admonished  youths in particular, to always think positive, believe in themselves in whatever they do because their efforts would be crowned with success. Uncle to victorious Ighorodje, Omordi George Ugbomah, who was the Commissioner for Works in Delta state and his elder brother Greg Ozegbe said it was good to thank God for the victory, observing that Miss Ighorodje was “a hardworking girl, strong-willed and confident in her abilities.” Mrs Lovette Adibeli Ighorodje, mother to Miss Ighorodje, said her daughter would always be encouraged to be herself and never feel on top of the world.

At the St. Brigid’s Catholic Church, Asaba, where Miss Okiemute, accompanied by parents, relations, friends and well-wishers went to thank God for the victory, Rev. Fr. Dibia said Christians should remain in the ways of God by seeking the face of God through prayers.

Miss Ighorodje, I hope that sinks...We expect you to stick with gospel music instead of sharing that same "...I started singing in the church" story someday 

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