It's less than a week for the Big Brother game to end which will mark the end of the 91 days for the 26 housemates that started off on May 1. The male housemates were 10 as the female housemates were 16, so it's a good game for the females still standing but a better game by the male housemates who are still in the game bearing in mind that they were few right from the start.
On Sunday Kim from Zambia, Millicent from Kenya and Vimbai from Zimbabwe were forced to pack their bags after Africa decided that they be given a break from the freebies they had enjoyed for the last 84 days.
The no nonsense Luclay from South Africa and Hanni from Ethiopia put themselves up for eviction but Africa is indeed watching so as opposed to throwing them out of the house, they were given a chance to try their luck out in the finals.
The housemate who was clad in a towel during the last eviction was none other than Vimbai but this time she knew Africa has no time for jokes, so she dressed decently this time but it's also not clear why Tanzania voted for her because even her own country rejected her at the time she needed them most.
The issue of Nigeria is similar to that of a double edged sword. It's good that they are two finalists but also bad, because, your country is always your biggest support under any circumstances but in the case of Nigeria, they are having to battle it out between Karen and Vina.
Kenya, Mozambique and Tanzania are likely to vote for Sharon O from Uganda and the rest of Africa for the good morals that the young mother has exhibited in the house. Luclay, Lomwe, Hanni and Wendall are all part of the seven housemates in the final race for USD 200,000 which by the way will see two winners this year.