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Rwanda Replaces Angola for Big Brother Africa 2014

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The East African nation of Rwanda will take the place of Angola during the 9th season of the Big Brother Africa reality TV show competition.
The show’s organizers on Monday announced the decision in a press release it sent out. Angola which is a Portuguese speaking South African country was represented in season 8 by then 29 year-old Biguesas and 32 year-old Neyll.
However, it is not clear whether language barrier was behind the decision to replace Portuguese speaking Angola with the mostly English/French speaking Rwanda.

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