For lovers and viewers of Nigerian Idol, a talent hunt show, many would know Kingdom Kroseide as a contestant in the 2021 edition and also the last man standing.
On Sunday July 11th, Kroseide was declared winner of this year’s edition of the talent hunt.
According to the reports, Kindgom will be going back home with a cash prize of N30 million, a brand new SUV, 6 track EP recording deal (3 music videos included).
This means he’s hit the limelight and now needs to proved that all his effort has not been in vain by remaining in that limelight.
Aside from participating the Nigerian Idol, a lot of Nigerians don’t know who Kingdom Kroseide is, continue reading to know more about him.
|Real Name||Kingdom Kroseide|
|Date of Birth||1997|
|Age:||24 in 2021|
|State of Origin||Bayelsa|
Kingdom Kroseide’s biography
Kingdom was born in 1997 which means he is 24 this year. He is a talented singer who was able to build on his talent by watching youtube videos and other singers. He is from a family of four and has a younger brother and two younger sisters.
While there are no details about his parent and childhood yet, we would update this page as soon as we complete our findings.
The talented singer attended the Nigerian Military School in Zaria. After which he moved to Federal University, Otuoke in Bayelsa state where he is a student of Computer Science and Informatics.
He began his career as a musician while still at the Federal University, Otuoke. He used play at social events, weddings among other event.
In his ambition to become a better singer, Kingdom also plays with the Pamela Scott Music band based in Port Harcourt, Rivers state.
He is not new to participating in talent hunts shows as he took part in in the I Sabi Sing Music Competition in 2016 and rose up to become the winner for Bayelsa state.
Again, he auditioned for the Nigerian Idol season 6 in 2021 and emerged as one of the top 8 finalists in the competition.
This brought him to the limelight fully.
Kingdom is worth 30 million naira.
Popular Nigerian rapper, Olanrewaju Fasasi, popularly known as Sound Sultan, who died today, Sunday July 11 of Angioimmunoblastic T- Cell Lymphoma in the United States of America is already committed to mother earth.
The 44 years old Jagbajantis crooner, lost it to his battle to cancer at the early hours of today and has already been buried according to Muslim rites and tradition.
Kemi Filani would recall that in a leaked conversation with comedian Yaw, Sound Sultan could be heard saying he was only following the will of God as he never expected to take the sudden trip to America because of his health.
"God has a plan, I no that strongly. So, I just dey follow am. This trip no be my plans. If you see the way doctors dey tell me...
Unspecified number of persons have been killed in a communal clash that broke out between Ipav and Yandev communities in Gboko Local Government Area of Benue State.
According to reports by Daily Post, the incident, which began on Saturday and lasted till Sunday evening, was due to a land dispute between Mbakpegh of Ipav and Mbatur of Yandev communities at the bank of a stream called Amboor.
It was learnt that over 30 houses including worship centers were razed down during the incident.
An eyewitness, James Aondover, who posted the development on his Facebook account, said economic tress like oranges, mangoes and cashews were cut down by the warring communities.
Details of the incident is still sketchy.
Veteran Nigerian singer, Sound Sultan, has gained over 100 thousand followers on his verified Instagram account, hours after he was announced dead.
Earlier today, Kemi Filani News reported his sad passing. The 44 years old Jagbajantis crooner, lost it to his battle with Angioimmunoblastic T- Cell Lymphoma.
According to information making rounds, the artist who is famous for his song Mathematics had already commenced chemotherapy in one of the hospitals in USA before he passed on today, Sunday, July 11.
Before his demise, he had 1.1 million followers, and few hours after his death was announced, his followers grew to 1.2 million and has continued to increase at a high rate.