The Voice of Nigeria keenly competed by many younger stars has been won by a Bayelsa state born budding musician, Daniel Diongoli, popularly known as Idyl.
Idyl who said he was a ghetto youth and grew from the ghetto, “ I was raised in the streets by the streets,” also affirms that grace brought him this far.
The 22-year-old Bayelsa-born singer defeated Ebube with who he was in the Top 2.
Idyl, who also goes by the #GracePikin, and his mentor, Timi Dakolo, wept on each other’s necks as he was announced the winner.
Other participants who had been dropped as the competition entered critical stages also joined Idyl on the stage to share the historical, joyous moment with him.
The Voice Nigeria is the Nigerian version of the TV series The Voice.
It premiered on Africa Magic television channels Showcase and Urban on DStv in Nigeria on 10 April, 2016 and was sponsored by Airtel and Coca-Cola.
The winner earns a recording contract with Universal Music Group, an SUV car worth N7m and a trip to Abu Dhabi.
In this year’s edition, which is the Season 2 of The Voice Nigeria, four performers made it to the grand finale, but Idly took home the dream prizes.