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The Big Brother Naija house now has 18 housemates after Biggie added 5 new housemates and Jeff being evicted. Jeff was up for eviction with Tacha, Omashola and Mike. The new housemates are Joe, Evolonama, Cindy, Venita and Enkay Read More...


Sunday, September 06 2009

The show kicked off with dancers who did a lot of summersaults on stage. IK arrived to the show in a helicopter. Housemates are arriving on bikes. Somali-Canadian rapper K'Naan has finished performing and as he performed, flags from all the 14 countries were being moved around.
8:30pm (EAT)

First in the house was Itai Makumbe from Zimbabwe, 31 years old doing his Masters degree with high hopes of working in Civil Society when he completes his Degree. When he wins the money he wants to visit his Dad in England who he has not seen in a long time.

Uganda is next.The guy we talked about here BBA Uganda Rep Update  is the Ugandan house mate. When Hannington got into the house, he made it a point that he pecks all the lady stars in the house.

The next housemate to get into the house was Edward Muthius aka Teddy 34 years of age from Kenya and he is unemployed. At 8:56pm K' Naan performed again.

The fourth housemate to enter the house was 27 year old Kevin Chuwang from Nigeria. He is unemployed. The fifth housemate to enter the was Kaone from Botswana. The sixth housemate from Ethiopia Yacob Yehdego got into the house and he is 27 years old too and an Assistant Manager.
Time check: 9:11pm(EAT).

Quinn Sieber from South Africa a radio presenter/DJ aged 21 was the 7th male housemate to enter the Big Brother revolution house. Followed by another male housemate from Mozambique, Leonel Estevoa. Quite scary because all the housemates are male and no female at this point.

A rastaman from Ghana George Wayoe aged 34 and unemployed entered the house.  At this point we were hoping the rest of the housemates to come in will be ladies, but Biggie has revolutionised the show to the extent of denying viewers babes at least for the first one week.

Another housemate from Uganda enters the house. Filbert Okure, 25 years old and a Marketing Assistant making a total of two Ugandan housemates in the house. Uganda make some noise......

Jeremy Ndirangu (22) a music and creative instructor from Kenya gets into the house making a total of two housemates from Kenya. At this point Uganda and Kenya has two housemates confirming that one from each of the countries is fake.

Twins from Namibia Edward Moongo 33 who happens to be unemployed too joined the house together with his twin brother Erastus Moongo. These are supposed to play the confusing game as one twin brother will be staying in a secret place and occasionally coming to the house to confuse other housemates.

Tempers were lost as no female housemate had been mentioned making it look like it is a game for boys only but wait a minute, the girls are coming in next week and tomorrow evictions are on. Meanwhile with the way the revolution has started, chances are some of these housemates are fake especially Uganda and Kenya that have two housemates each, it simply means one of them is fake and they will have to get out of the house real soon.
10:00pm(EAT) The show that launched the revolution has ended.

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