BBnaija 2018: Housemates nominated for eviction


Big brother housemates were on Friday surprised with a nomination for eviction which will occur on Sunday.

The were told to nominate their two preferred Pairs for the second eviction show.

Recall that Ebuka had during the live show promised viewers that there will be a twist in the game.

He said there will be no eviction this week so that viewers of the reality show can know more about the new pairs.

But Big brother on Friday surprised housemates with a fake eviction.

Biggie said the pair with the highest eviction will be announced on Sunday. The pair will also get a gift from big brother.

It is, however, not clear what gift or the surprise will be used for.

The BBNaija housemates voted this way:

1. Tobi / Alex – 1. Miracle, Anto 2.Teddy A, Nina

2. Teddy A / Nina – 1. Angel, Ahneeka 2. Tobi, Alex

3. Bambam / Rico – 1. Teddy A , Nina 2. Angel, Ahneeka

4. Ifu ennada / Leo- 1. Bambam, rico, 2. Teddy A, Nina

5. Miracle / Anto – 1. Bambam , Rico 2.Angel, Ahneeka

6. Ahneeka / Angel – 1. Teddy, Nina A 2.Miracle, Anto

7. Cee-c / Lolu – 1. Miracle, Anto, 2. Bambam and Rico

At the end of the nominations, Bambam and Rico had 3 nominations and Teddy A and Nina had 4 while Angel and Ahneeka also had 3.


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