…as IK Osakioduwa returns as host
By Benjamin Njoku
Big Brother Africa,BBA, the biggest reality show in Africa is back with season 9, and this time, it’s still giving out a mouth-watering USD 300 000 about N47, 400,000 to the star winner. The show is billed to kick off, on Sunday, September 7, in South Africa.
Unlike the previous editions, this year’s titled “Hotshots” which typifies more twists and intrigues housemates would orchestrate in their quest to smile home with the grand prize.
More good news is that the witty and entertaining TV presenter, IK Osakioduwa returns once again to host the show. He has won many fans across the continent for his ability to speak openly with housemates and allow them to be at ease at their most vulnerable moments.
M-Net Africa Regional Director (West Africa), Wangi Mba-Uzoukwu, says the viewers are in for almost as many surprises as the housemates. “We work hard to make each season of Big Brother Africa bigger than the last – and we’ve really upped the ante this year,” she says.
“Big Brother Hotshots is going to bring viewers exciting innovations, heart-stopping twists and uniquely African glamour, 24/7 for 91 days. Both fans and housemates are in for some unmissable television.” The housemates will start the game in two ultra-glamorous houses which are built with magic, fun and mischief in mind. For 91 days, the Housemates will do their best to outshine each other in the hope of convincing Africa that they are the continent’s biggest Hotshot.