I Now Accommodate Ladies—N5m Project Fame Winner, Geoffrey Orji


Winner of Project Fame West Africa, season 7, Geoffrey Oji, is currently enjoying bit by bit of his prize money by investing it in his musical career and taking care of his mother especially. Before emerging as winner of the competition in 2014, Geoffrey had entered for the music talent show many times, but failed to get into the academy until this year. Speaking with E24-7 Magazine in an interview about his increased relationships with ladies, the Benue State-born budding artiste explained that after the competition, there have been torrents of ladies around him. He said rather than pushing them away, he accommodates them. Geoffrey said his cash prize of N5million is not for ladies because his career is paramount in his mind than frivolous things. He said at this point in his life, he is not ready to play around with ladies until the right time. “My millions are not for squandering on women. At this point, it’s meant for investing in my music career, and in my family, talking about my mom and siblings.I cannot, at this point, say I want to start flexing and carrying girls around. The time for all that will come, but not now; this is time for work!” he said.

GEOFFREY OJI is a Nigerian who lives and schools in Ghana. He is a determined and relentless young man who kept auditioning since the first season of the competition till he made it this time.
He thinks life has not really been fair to him as he has been through rough roads, which he later confessed did make him strong.

His ability to sing and lead earned him shelter and scholarship at the Zenith College, Accra, Ghana. His unique attribute is the ability to stay focused without complaints.
He has interests in acting, watching movies and loves to draw. He seemingly has a ‘bad-boy-look’ but he is very quick to tell anyone ‘not to judge a book by its cover’.
He is from Benue State and looks forward to making his family proud in this competition as he looks up to God for support.

Geoffrey proved to be one of the most focused of all the contestants in the Academy, he never got a bad comment on all his performances from both the Judges and the Faculty Members. His hard work paid off in a big way as his consistency was rewarded when he was voted by the public as the winner of MTN Project Fame 7.0, taking home the ultimate prize of 5 million naira , a brand new SUV car and a recording deal worth millions of naira.

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