Big Brother Africa - Naija - Nigeria Housemates

It was an exciting and fun-filled Sunday night as the housemates in the on-going Big Brother Naija reality TV show rose to lend their voices to the campaign for girl-child education. The housemates, led by Bisola, treated the viewing audience to a theme song titled “Let’s educate a girl-child’ in a bid to reiterate the imperative for a ‘girl-child’ education.

During their act, all the housemates teamed up, with each one of them displaying his or her creative skill and zeal to collectively pass across their very important message.

The fun last night took a different turn when Iyanya stepped on the stage, joining the list of musical artistes who have performed at the BBNaija reality TV show. The Kukere exponent rocked the live stage with one of his singles, ‘Up to something’ in which he featured Mr. Oreo. The live show was also spiced by former Big Brother Africa housemate, Tayo Faniran who treated the guests to his new single, ‘No calling and Dakun.’

The highlight of the night was when Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, the show host took on the housemates intermittently on romantic intrigues in the house. When Ebuka challenged Bisola over her intimacy with ThinTallTony, the starry-eyed Bisola did not deny her affection for the latter saying that it is a mutual thing.
She openly stated, “I like ThinTallTony very much… I’m comfortable with him,” adding that unlike Bally, he reciprocates her feeling. However, she is not oblivious of the fact that ThinTallTony is ‘into’ TBoss. When teased by Ebuka on her emphasis, ‘I love Tony very very very much.’ a blushing Bisola jokingly said, “It’s because he is TTT.”

Ebuka later meandered and teased Debbie-Rise and Bassey on their romantic connection in the house and they both admitted that they have some chemistry. The newly-wed, Marvis and Efe were also not spared as Marvis confessed that she has a soft spot for Efe, while the latter said, “Based on logistics, Marvis remains to be the lady after my heart”

To prepare the housemates for the challenge ahead of them, Tayo Faniran, during an interview with Ebuka advised the housemates to look beyond the ultimate prize, which he believes is transient and focus more on life after BBNaija.

As is the norm, the nomination show continues this evening and all the adrenalin of the housemates have begun to rise as Ebuka has informed them that either one or more housemates will be evicted next Sunday. Who will be the next to be evicted from the house?

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The show airs 24/7 in 45 countries from Nigeria through East, West and Southern Africa on all DStv packages on channel 198 and GOtv channel 29.
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