the last week awaiting feedback on their fates in the House, the Big Brother
Naija housemates were on Sunday able to collectively heave a sigh of relief
upon discovering the evictions were a hoax. Hosted by the ever suave Ebuka
Obi-Uchendu, Sunday’s live show was yet more entertainment for studio guests
and viewers at home as Nigerian songbird Niniola thrilled with her hit tracks Maradona
relief was however short-lived as they were yet again tasked with competing for
the Head of House title. An interesting twist occurred as all the male
housemates and Vandora were disqualified from the challenge following their
failure to adhere to Big Brother’s instructions. Khloe subsequently emerged as
Head of House after competing with previous contentants Ifu and Bam Bam. Things
are however bound to get testy as the real nominations happen on Monday the 12th
of February with the first set of evictions to follow on the next live show,
with host Ebuka announcing that more than one pair of housemates will be
nominated housemates begin at 6.30 Nigerian time, and viewers can vote via mobile site and website. To vote via mobile site
& website, simply register on africamagic.tv/bbvote with your mobile number
& password, then enter the OTP number and vote for free. Voting opens at
5:30 on Monday and closes at 8:00pm on Thursday.
Make sure you
tune in to DStv channel 198 and GOtv channel 29 to catch all the excitement,
drama, and suspense on Big Brother Naija, proudly sponsored by PayPorte, your
preferred online store.
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