The 78-year old reality show, Big Brother Naija show has come and gone, with Efe Ejeba clinching the N25 million and SUV prize.

Memories however abound of how some housemates had fared in the 78-day reality show.

One of them, Bisola, the first runner-up had an emotional session with Big Brother shortly before the final ceremony.

The multi-talented entertainer and mother of one told Big Brother in a Diary Room session that win or lose; “I feel like a winner already,” explaining that it took her eight years to be selected as a participant, and that she believes the show will impact her future endeavors greatly.

Big Brother who expressed optimism for her talents admonished her in a touching way, as she fought back tears.

Here is what Biggie said to her, making her to cry even more:

“It’s been an amazing experience having you in the house – your versatility, your incredibility. Yes, there have been moments you have told big Brother that certain things you have done and may have said, that you wish to take them back; but who can judge you, except they have been through this experience themselves. It’s always good to find out why people do what they do. That curiosity leads to understanding, and understanding opens up the human souls to compassion, and compassion is the cornerstone of love. For there is no guilt in humans, all there is, is love. Bisola, as you leave tonight, may genuine love find you. May you prosper beyond your imagination. You are a gold fish… you are a gold fish; there will be no hiding place for you. All the good things will locate you. You can sing, you can act… the question is not what can Bisola do? It is what can’t Bisola do? Big Brother has truly enjoyed your stay in the house and wishes you all the very best in your future endeavor. You’ve got a Midas touch, go touch anything a d it will turn to gold. Good luck to you…”

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As the winner of the ONE campaign presentation, Bisola will be joining Honorable Desmond Elliot, Sarah Makka and other ambassadors of the ONE campaign initiative on a trip to New York where she will be speaking further at the United Nations Assembly on the importance of the girl-child education.