Nigerian born Sports broadcaster, Ore Oduba is now one of the most sought-after journalists in the UK, and it’s all thanks to him wining the Strictly Come Dancing competition, the British version of Dancing With The Stars.

This win has skyrocketed him into the spotlight and he is currently in high demand.

According to Mirror UK, BBC where Ore currently works is worried that he could move to a rival media house following his big win.

30 year old Ore Oduba and his dancing partner Joanne Clifton won the hearts of viewers and the judges now, with him in the spotlight, TV stations are reportedly locked in a £500,000 bidding war over the young man.

Ore is now a rising star and a household name because of Strictly Come Dancing.

“There’s a sense of urgency to get him presenting some other programmes and have him based in London now after his sport on (ITV’s) This Morning,” a source said

Ore Oduba spent most of his childhood shuttling between Nigeria and the UK. At 23, Oduba became the youngest presenter on children’s channel BBC Newsround, before climbing the ladder to become a sports broadcaster.