Roksie and Kachi Wins Ultimate Love TV Show 2020 season 1. Rosie and Kachi was emerged winners of the first edition of the Ultimate Love reality TV show. This was announced at the live grand finale of the show on Sunday. The show was hosted by Nollywood actress, Dakore Akande Egbuson, and media personality, Oluwaseun Olaniyan.
The 2020 edition of the Ultimate Love comes as the debut season of the Africa Magic-backed reality TV competition.
The couple, also known as Roksie, polled a total of 46.33 per cent of the overall votes in the final week, beating 10 other couples to clinch the grand prize of N5m cash, a fully paid traditional wedding worth N10m and a house.
The traditional wedding would be redeemed when Rosie and Kachi declare their intention to get married within 90 days after the end of the show.
Also, the house will be handed to them after they have lived together as a married couple for one year.
In addition, they also won N150,000 when they revealed the content of their portmanteau.
Following the announcement, a visibly excited Kachi was given a moment to decide if he would take his newly found love with Rosie to the next level with a formal declaration within 90 days.
Roksie and Kachi Wins Ultimate Love TV Show
The 32-year-old serial entrepreneur from Imo State received the wrist corsage and made his commitment to his lady, thereby bringing their love journey to a momentous end.
Iykeresa (Iyke and Theresa) emerged first runner-up, while Bolar (Bolanle and Arnold) and Double Chris (Chris and Chris Ville) emerged second and third runners- up, respectively.
As with all the couples who participated in the show, they each unlocked their portmanteaus to reveal its content. In cash winnings, Iykeresa went home with N300,000, Bolar N250,000 and Double Chris won N400,000.
The Ultimate Love reality TV show is aimed at bringing single male and female strangers together with the hopes of finding life-long love.
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