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Big Brother Naija season 3 highlights

Monday, September 15 2008
A few minutes to the show TK is seen busy comforting Sheila, Tawana all by herself reading a book, Latoya dressed in Red and Black busy taking water and visibly looking very scared. Lucille is looking very sexy after sleeping with Ricco and Mimi. Hazel is equally confused and praying to her God. Mimi is in her own world.
The show kicks off with a performance from Ghana's Ofori Amposah with his track titled Lady.
The head of the House Ricco is called in to explain to the housemates if at all he made any changes of the nominated housemates, Ricco stands up and clearly tells the other housemates that he left the nominations as is. The camera turns to Latoya for very obvious reasons. May be she thought she could be saved by the 'boy friend' but this was not the case.
The evictees were Tawana, Latoya and Sheila. Biggie gives them 30 seconds to move to bid farewell to the other housemates and move to the glass house. Ricco and Latoya hugged for a relatively longer period. As Latoya moved to the glass house she said: ''even if I'm evicted I have to go to Naija"..Uti must have sold Nigeria to the extent that Latoya is looking forward to go and verify Uti's stories.
Sheila got no votes at all and that is how she bounced back to the house. On going back she said f**k you. I hope this was not aimed at the viewers because they can easily see her out next time. Tawana surprisingly got three countries asking her out of the game and the Miss BBA3, Latoya got 10 countries agreeing unanimously that she should leave the house and board the next available flight to Tanzania.
But Big Brother has changed the game a little bit and as opposed to leaving the house the two housemates with the highest votes are sent to the rubbish dump. Now that Sheila had got zero she bounced back to the BBA3 house to join the 10 housemates, Latoya who had 10 countries voting for her exit and Tawana who had three countries were both sent to the rubbish dump where they will be for a week and meanwhile voting will go on to decide who leaves permanently and who bounces back to the BBA3 House. The rubbish dumb had some moving insects, empty soda bottles and rubbish generally.
The nominations will still go on today but chances are these are nominations for the rubbish guys come next week assuming Biggie does not change his mind like he normally does.
The housemates in the main house thought may be these two housemates would bounce back like it was the case for Morris and Thami and also the evicted housemates survive for at least one week to know exactly what their fate is. While in the rubbish dump Latoya said: It's f***ed Up. Latoya later noted the house had less tissue so she warned Tawana to be careful with the cracking.
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Monday, 23 April 2018
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Monday, 19 March 2018
Anto stands a chance of boucing back to the Big Brother Naija house after being evicted
Wednesday, 28 February 2018
Biggie's cameras were able to land on Teddy A and Bambam in some Double Wahala action
Tuesday, 27 February 2018
Six housemates are up for eviction and they include, Ifu Ennada, Cee-C, Angel, Ahneeka, Lolu and Leo
Tuesday, 20 February 2018
Nina's boyfriend, Miracle is the new Head of House

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