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Winner of Big Brother Naija Season 4 to get N60 million

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Show host Ebuka Obi-Uchendu (right) with one of the contestants in the previous edition of Big Brother Naija

In anticipation of the Big Brother Naija Season 4 which officially kicked off on Sunday, June 30, the leading video entertainment company MultiChoice Nigeria last week said viewers should expect big surprises this year from the house mates.

Excitement and anticipation greeted the news of the relocation to Nigeria when the company announced it in January. But in a chat with media executives in Lagos last week, Mr. John Ugbe, the Chief Executive Officer of MultiChoice Nigeria revealed that this is not the first time the organization would be holding the event in Nigeria. He said the first edition, unknown to many viewers was held in Nigeria. He added that the organization has raised the stakes and the winner would smile home with N60million.

However, the company is giving its best shot to ensure that the new Big Brother Naija house will have no parity.

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Ugbe further stated that part of the surprises for this season is that there would be cooking in the house. He stated that a whole village was built for the programme adding that the local content is also high. Specifically, he said security is also important to us and we have partnered with security agencies to ensure that the housemates are safe.

This the first purpose-built facility in Africa housing all the zones in one complex. Previous facilities had the house, studio for the live shows, production and post-production units all in separate buildings and sometimes in different locations.

This new and improved BBNaija house, which measures about 1800sqm with an additional 250sqm for support building services such as the sick bay and artiste lounges, is designed and built to be bigger and better than any of the Big Brother Africa.

The studio for the live eviction shows is double the size of what was in the house in South Africa, giving room for bigger performances, wider coverage of studio audience reactions and other stage and sound production. There are also more camera vantage positions in the house to capture activities.


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