Hazel Oyeze Onoduenyi, otherwise known as Whitemoney, the BBNaija “Shine Ya Eye” winner, was on Friday hosted by the Enugu State governor and the members of this cabinet. Whitemoney was treated to a welcome home dinner at the Banquet Hall of the Government House, Enugu.
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At the dinner, the governor thank thanked God for the role Hazel Oyeze played while he was in the house, in his words, Governor Ugwuanyi described whitemoney as “a worthy son of Enugu State, a true representative of the humility, talent, industry, ambition, and Godliness
“I therefore call on the teeming Enugu youths to deploy their creative talents and skills to win more laurels for the state”., as he conferred Whitemoney with the status of “Ambassador of Enugu State in Creative Arts”,.
Gov. Ugwuanyi urged whitemoney to feel good about what he’s achieved, hinting that he truly earned it. Wining the BBniaja prize is a ”crown” he brought home and it is “most deserving”, and therefore “We are very proud of you and wish you many more successes”.
The governor while giving his speech, jokingly wondered why he (whitemoney) spent most of his time while in the house cooking in the Kitchen. He jokingly told whitemoney saying;
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we do not claim to know the meaning, we however decided to provide enough food for dinner as we do not wish to see you visiting the kitchen tonight”.
Whitemoney thanked God for his time in the house and wining the grand prize, hinting that the grace of God was upon him, that was whiy he went in with a goal and came out a winner.
He also expressed gratitude to the people of Enugu State and all those who supported him while in the House and promised to uphold “the good things we started from the House”.
“Mazi never changed; I am still cooking; I have not changed; the level has changed but I have not changed; I am still the same person.
Thank you so much Your Excellency; Daddy I am grateful and I promise to serve this state with all my heart; with my best capacity to do what is right for the Enugu youth empowerment and growth of the community at large.” – he said