Big Brother Update

2009-09-16 08:48

At this Sunday’s Big Brother Africa (BBA) nomination Kenya’s Teddy

and Ghana’s Ras Wayhoe were evicted from the house. Though the 12 female

contestants joined the house they were told they would not be mixing with the

male contestants and have been partitioned in their own separate section of the

house. But they will be allowed to watch the male contestants on a TV screen.

The partition will be broken down next week.

Evicted housemate Teddy Muthusi says the Big Brother experience was

brilliant and life changing and something he would do again and again. He says

his next project will be to exercise his “congenial rights” after being in the

Big Brother house for a whole week. I kid you not.

Muthusi says he would not change anything about the Big Brother

experience. In the meantime,

Ras Wayhoe says he saw the second eviction coming and says the Big

Brother experience was wonderful and challenging.


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