In The ongoing Big Brother Naija 2018 voted for housemates earlier nominated for eviction have emerged
Which left Anto with the least votes, thereby leading to his/her eviction from the show – just moments before the eviction of Anto from the show, a shocking revelation by the show’s host, Ebuka was made before the eviction of last night – according to Ebuka, viewers have the power of bringing back two of any evicted housemates including the one, (Anto) evicted tonight.
So this means any two out of Vandora, Princess, Leo, Ifu Ennada, Dee-One, Bitto, Princess and Angel could be reinstated back to the Big Brother house. We’re not sure if the reinstatement is applicable to disqualified housemates, Khloe and K-Brule but we know for sure, according to Biggie, that we’ll be seeing two of the housemates we thought had gone for good.
Who do you think it would be?
In another news, Big Brother housemate, Tobi was close to being disqualified from the house moments ago but was issued a strike instead.
This comes after his misdemeanor in the house in the previous week – the banker had ignored Biggie’s call to the diary room and as if that wasn’t misbehaviour enough, he was linked to a conspiracy in the house when he told fellow housemates, Anto and Lolu to vote out his drama queen housemate, Cee-C.
Before the live show, Biggie had played a footage of Tobi talking with Anto and Lolu where he supposedly told the pair to put Cee-C up for eviction – Biggie gave him a chance to explain himself and he did saying he was not referring to Cee-C but Ahneeka.
This caused Big Brother, following Tobi’s misdemeanor to issue him a strike making it a total of two strikes.
Meanwhile, Big Brother Naija housemates, Tobi and Rico was announced the winners of the Nokia 8 video challenge.
Biggie announced the winners during the live show.
The duo will be given a sum of N1million each for being the winner at the Nokia Task.
They will also be getting Nokia 8 phones and shopping vouchers.
Recall that Big Brother Naija 2018 housemate, Leo and Ifu Ennada won an all expense paid trip to London for the One Africa Music Festival, alongside N5 million cash prize, one year supply of Pepsi.
This was the reward for their success in the Pepsi “Roc da mat” challenge.