‘I felt bad I didn’t win Project Fame’

‘I felt bad I didn’t win Project Fame’

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Before the just concluded Project Fame 9, Winner Egbo was just a young lady who loved to sing in the church. Even though she had been following the reality show since Season 3, she felt she was not good enough to compete at the stage.
In her encounter with The Point, she opened up that her younger sister actually persuaded her to pick the Project Fame form.
She added, “I felt I wasn’t good enough to compete at Project Fame. Coming to the Project for me was a miracle. It has taught me branding and how to be a better singer. Passing through Project Fame is one of the best thing that could happen to anyone.”
She regretted not winning the crown, stressing that she felt really bad.
“I aimed at the crown. But when I did not win, I had to accept it and move on.”
Though she just graduated from the University of Benin Teaching Hospital, the 23-year-old singer still plans to get a B.Sc. degree.
“I hope to combine my education and music together. Project Fame has taught me how to multi-task and remain focused.
“But I believe they can improve the voting system. We have many people with good voice and talent who do not get voted for.”
The last child of a family of six, Egbo informed that she started singing at the age of four, alongside her mother.

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