Laycon has been announced as the winner of 2020 edition of the Big Brother Naija, BBNaija reality TV show.
The housemate who moments ago emerged as one of the top 3 housemates in the finals, after Vee and Neo were evicted.
The housemate came on the show as an underdog whom many viewers had looked down upon, especially on the 1st day of the show.
It didn’t take long for the housemate to prove himself as an intelligent contestant and his finesses and confidence endeared many viewers of the show to his side.
Before now he had been tipped by many punters to emerge winner of the BBNaija Lockdown edition 2020 as he happens to be the most popular of all the housemates with teeming fans across the country.
Dorathy on the other hand emerged as the first runner up, Nengi coming in 3rd place then Neo and Vee followed consecutively.
He became the 1st housemate to be verified on Instagram and also the 1st to hit the 1 million mark on the photo sharing App.
BBNaija Laycon’s Childhood and Education
BBNaija Laycon was born and raised in Lagos State. Laycon attended the University of Lagos from 2012 to 2016 and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy. There were earlier reports that BBNaija Laycon graduated with a first-class. We later confirmed that Laycon actually graduated with a second-class upper degree in Philosophy, UNILAG 2015/2016 set.
BBNaija Laycon’s Work History
Laycon did not misuse his impressive second-class upper BA degree in Philosophy. While doing music on the side, Laycon worked for several companies and establishments.
As an undergraduate, Laycon interned at Latjum Global Nigeria Limited, an oil and gas marketing company in Lagos, as a personal assistant to the CEO and managing director of the company.
Immediately after graduation, Laycon picked up a role at Bestman Games, Ikoyi, as a sales and business development personnel. Bestman Games is a leading African games company based in Lagos, Nigeria.
Leaving Bestman Games after just two months of working there, Laycon landed a job at the Lagos State Ministry of Information and Strategy as a personal assistant to the Assistant Director (Welfare) of Administration and Human Resources of the ministry. Laycon also worked as a freelance writer for several companies and organizations.