Lililan Afegbai recently became one of the latest housemates to leave the Big Brother Africa Hotshots house. As is the custom, MultiChoice Nigeria threw her a homecoming party upon her return to Nigeria, like none other previously.
This party took place at the prestigious Fuse Bar and Lounge, in Victoria Island, Lagos.
Speaking with the media shortly before the commencement of her homecoming party, an excited Lilian said she was in shock when she heard that she had been evicted from the Big Brother Africa reality show.
However, Lilian explained that the exposure and socio-cultural experience she was exposed to while in the house for two weeks has adequately fortified her with the resolve to pursue her career in acting, modeling and television production. “I was shocked when IK announced that I have been evicted from the house, my fans were also in shock but I have come to accept that my awesome experience in the BBA house forms the bedrock for my talent and career development in showbiz, not just in Nigeria but across the continent.
But as the reality show enters its 4th week, DStv’s Public Relations Manager, Caroline Oghuma said that more intrigues and surprises in the Big Brother Africa house await the housemates. “MultiChoice, M-Net, and the show’s partners, work hard to make each season of Big Brother Africa bigger than the last – and we’ve really upped the ante this year,” she declared.
The five ladies so far evicted from the Big Brother Hotshots house are Resa from Zambia, Mira from Mozambique, Lilian from Nigeria, Esther from Uganda and Sabina from Kenya.
Currently, 28 year old Tayo from Nigeria is still in the Big Brother Africa reality show. A 1.93m-tall model with a Higher National Diploma in Maritime Studies, Tayo certainly stands out in a crowd.
Big Brother Hotshots is broadcast live on DStv channels 197 and 198, and key highlights are shown on GOtv, channels 1 and 9.
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