The little girl who performed mainly as a poet during the competition had earned massive praises for her performances over the period.
It, therefore, came as little surprise when she was announced the winner.
Interestingly, Nakeeyat herself was overcome by emotions and she burst into tears while appearing on the stage after being announced the winner.
By her win, Nakeeyat took home a 10,000-cedi cash prize, a 15,000-cedi educational fund, an all-expenses-paid trip to the UK, as well as souvenirs from sponsors.
Nene, a saxophonist, who was adjudged to be the first runner up walked away with GH¢10,000 and educational fund.
The third position went to Prince Okyere, the organist. He won GH¢8,000 and educational fund. Singer, Sconzy Gh came fourth. He also walked away with GH¢8,000 and educational fund.