BBNaija 2019


Big Brother Naija Show host and Media personality, Ebuka have finally reacted to BBNaija aspiring contestants putting their photographs alongside with the Big Brother Logo, asking and begging for support when the Audition hasn’t even started.

This came after a Twitter user asked Ebuka on Twitter if the organizers of the show gave out information for aspiring contestants to start attaching their photos with the Big Brother Naija’s logo? to asked support when the Audition itself has not started.

Ebuka who is the host of the show responded by saying;

Like, are your followers the ones auditioning? Or you think if auditions were done on social media that wouldn’t have been specifically announced? I don’t get”

Continuing he wrote; “In fact, you’re probably even doing yourself more harm. A major element of Big Brother is secrecy and surprise but you think announcing your intentions on social media is a bright idea… Toh!”

A Twitter user then replied;

They probably thinking if they even get voted into the #BBNaija house. More followes = more votes.”

Ebuka then replied;

 “If the organizers wanted people with followers on the show, they know exactly where to get them. More than half the housemates last season had less than 1000 Instagram followers on the day the show started.”

In conclusion; You risk disqualification from the audition putting your photos side-by-side the Big Brother Naija Logo!

Big Brother Naija to hold after 2019 elections and inaugurations

Popular Nigerian TV reality shows, Big Brother Naija is to hold after the February general elections, according to reports. you will recall that the last two editions of the show usually kicked off in January, but this year will be an exemption as the shows as being postponed until after the 2019 elections.

A source from Payporte (the official sponsors of the reality show) disclose that;

Big Brother will still hold but because its a political year, we can’t really control to what extent what the housemates will say in the house and we dont want it to become a tool that will heat up the polity’.

He also added that;

the show itself normally gets twisted so we don’t want to mix it up with politics in anyway. Its supposed to be entertaining, we wouldn’t want it to be divisive in anyway. If you notice, no religious activity gets discussed in the house too, if you want to pray you can pray, we don’t want anyone to be forced to do it or divide Nigerians along those lines. So after the elections and inaugurations, it’ll happen‘.

The last edition of the shows which ended in April 2018 with Miracle Ikechukwu emerging the winner.