- The couple with the team name, Roksie, has emerged winner of the Ultimate Love reality show
- Identified as Rosie and Kachi, the lovebirds were the last couple standing at the season finale of the show
- The couple who made a commitment on stage will have their traditional marriage sponsored by the show organizers
- They also get to own their own home after the first year of their marriage
Rosie and Kachi have emerged winners of the Ultimate Love reality show, making them the first couple to ever win the love show and fans are thrilled.
The show which ended on March 29 with Iykeresa; Iyke and Theresa as the first runner up, saw the last few couples - Double Chris, Chivia and Bolar being checked out of the house before Roksie was announced winner.
The couple was awarded the sum of N5m and were also told that if a commitment was made on stage and an engagement done within 9 months, their traditional wedding ceremony worth N10m would be sponsored by the show organizers.
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What started like a show filled with uncertainties and potential heart breakers turned out pretty lovely and fulfilling for almost every contestant on the show.
Speaking to the co-host, Oluwaseun, Kachi revealed that they have already started making plans towards starting their own clothing line.
It appears Kachi also proposed to Rosie backstage as a video was shared to the Ultimate Love official Instagram page.
See post below:
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Although Iyke and Theresa did not go home as winners of the show, they appeared to have found love with each other and expressed that they look forward to their lives together outside the show.
Watch the video below:
In other news, when it comes to relationships drama, it appears there are no limits to how crazy people can be when the decision to break up with a partner is to be taken.
Twitter user, Valerie Chisom Okoligwe, recently left many people shocked with her breakup story.
According to her tweets, she had dated a guy for 4 years and eventually got engaged to him. After 6 months of being engaged, her ring got missing and he accused her of not being serious about their relationship.
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