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BBA 9: Again, Nigeria escapes eviction

BBA 9: Again, Nigeria escapes eviction

Three contestants in the ongoing Big Brother Africa reality show, Rwanda’s Arthur, Ghana’s Kacey Moore and Namibia’s Luis took a bow yesterday as BBA announced their eviction.

The contestants were all emotional as they received hugs and kisses in a hurry as Biggie did the 30 seconds countdown to their exit. It also was an emotional moment for their fellow contestants, especially for Ellah who had been linked to Kacey Moore in some romance tales.

Nigeria on the hand escaped eviction as its representative Tayo remains in the house for yet another round of nomination for possible eviction next week.
Meanwhile, dancehall sensation, Nigeria’s Patoranking wowed the crowd with his hit song, Girlie O as the evictees made their way across to the live studio.

Doing a brief recap of the highlight of each evictee in the house, show host, IK asked Kacey Moore about him breaking down in the house. "I am the happiest man in the world right now," he said, adding that he is having an early Christmas as he is now going to see his wife and child.

For Luis, it was mainly about Mira, the Kenyan lady who was evicted in the first week of the show. Luis said that he has to go and find her, as he has "not been in love for a long time."

Luis thinks that either Idris or Tayo will win the show, while Kacey Moore wants Ellah to win, saying she is his best friend in the house. As for whom they would want out, Kacey Moore, after a little hesitation, chose Frankie, but Luis was quick to mention Mr.265, “because he is playing mind games."

Arthur did not show sign of disappointment over his eviction. He said his focus was never on the USD300, 000 prize money but for an opportunity to get more exposure for his comedy business. He stated that he prefers “to go for what will give him fish, than to go for the fish itself,” referring to the opportunity of being one of the contestants of BBA.

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