*As real eviction now begins
By Emmanuella Anih
Big Brother “Naija” housemate, Khloe, has won the weekly immunity task popularly known as the Head of House task.
Khloe came up against Ifu Ennada and Bambam, with the latter losing out in the first round with zero points. This meant Khloe and Ifu Ennada went head to head after they both scored three points and six points respectively in a game of ball throwing.
Khloe officially became the latest boss of the house after she managed to grab more points than Ifu Ennada during the latter rounds of the contest.
She declared her naivety for the role and sought for help from her fellow housemates.
She said: “Guys please help me; I am a woman of many flaws.”
Traditionally, the head of house first assignment is to read the wager brief and lead the deliberation of the wager percentage.
‘Kween’ Khloe initially prompted for a 25% wager; however other housemates who were fed up with ‘poverty’ in the house having lost all their previous wagers opted for a 50% wager.
The latest head of house task has more consequence on the housemates compared to the previous two won by ‘Kabiosi’ Tobi Bakare because ‘Kween’ Khloe’s replacements during the nomination show will be put up for a potential eviction from the show.
“Biggie” announced two pairs will be leaving the House on Sunday, 18th February, during the live eviction show.
The nominees would be the first housemates to be evicted from the show after the two previous evictions were fake evictions.
The unique idea and theme of this year’s show “double wahala” means that K-Square made up of K-Brule and Khloe will have immunity from the nomination process which began on Monday.
After spending 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 and Sicker.
The housemates’ 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 contestants, Ifu and Bam Bam.
Things are, however, bound to get testy as the real nominations happen on 12th February with the first set of evictions to follow on the next live show, with host Obi-Uchendu announcing that more than one pair of housemates will be evicted.
Voting for nominated housemates begin at 6.30am Nigerian time and viewers can vote via SMS, mobile site and website.
To vote via SMS, simply text the word: “Vote,” followed by the team name to 32052.
Voting costs N30 per SMS.
To vote via mobile site and website, simply register on africamagic.tv/bbvote with your mobile number and password, then enter the OTP number and vote for free.
Voting opens at 6:30am on Monday and closes at 9pm Nigerian time on Thursday.