the dark-skinned and very expressive Christian is of mixed Nigerian heritage. His father is Yoruba and his mother is from Benue state. Christian has lived in Markudi for most of his life and is a fourth year Computer-Science student of the Federal University of Agriculture, Markudi, in Benue state, Nigeria.
Even though he has lived in the middle belt for most of his life, Christian emphasises that he is a Yoruba boy through and through and nothing can change that. Christian loves television, movies, and travelling. A very jovial sort, Christian does not fail to point out that he is only jovial and happy-go-lucky when he wants to be. He takes his music seriously and intends to win this competition, bringing the first prize back to Benue like Monica Ogah did in Season four.
Weldone project fame team,you guys are doing a wonderful job.I have noticed a few things id like to point out;I think the competition is gradually changing from PFWA to Project fame Nigeria.i believe other countries should be given equal opportunity whether they are as plenty as Nigerians or not.equal spaces should be given to the 4 countries.Nigerians always dominate the house and i dont think its fair on the other countries.
My God , this year's project fame has held me and family spell. We come together every 5.30pm on Sunday . My son had learn some slang from the show such. Wholesome-Benjamin, 'come here give me a hug- Bebie, marvelous marvelous - Adorah, project fame- what are feeling. We enjoyed the show very well. God bless MTN, judges and faculty.
What is the meaning of it
i'm madly in luv wit dis show...from d contestants to the faculty,the judges and then adaora and benjamin...y'all are doing a great job...wat a feeling!!!!
just cant wait for the show to start...i love project fame w