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18 Apr 2017
The 2017 Big Brother Nigeria has come and gone but the memories are fresh in the minds of the viewers, fans and critics of the show.
10 Apr 2017
Ebuka Obi – Uchendu, disclosed this via his twitter handle @Ebuka “Over 26 milliom votes. An African record. #BBNaija’’.
9 Apr 2017
Viewers favourite Efe Michael Ejeba has been declared the winner of the second edition of Big Brother Naija reality show after garnering 57.6 percent of the vote among the last five contestants on the show.
8 Apr 2017
Although Bisola hails from Ogun State, support is strong for her in Bayelsa, where a huge billboard was erected in support of her, being that her mother is from the oil rich state.
7 Apr 2017
Music legend, 2Baba (Innocent) Idibia, Mavin/Roc Nation singer, Tiwa Savage and ‘Mad over you’ crooner, Runtown will perform at the grand finale of the ongoing Big Brother Nigeria (#BBNaija) reality show.
1 Apr 2017
The ongoing Big Brother Nigeria (BBNaija) reality show is getting more intensed by the day, as the unseen Big Brother (Biggie) is currently testing perseverance of the housemates.
15 Mar 2017
“I like ThinTallTony very very very much… I’m comfortable with him. Unlike Bally, he reciprocates to my feeling,” Bisola confessed.
1 Mar 2017
It was mission accomplished for the two fake housemates, Ese and Jon, who were on Sunday, February 26, pulled out of the Big Brother Naija house after two weeks of stay.
25 Feb 2017
From the fitness skills of Kemen and Bassey, to the culinary skills of Miyonse, the creative ingenuity of ThinTallTony, to talented entertainers, singers, and models such as Efe, Debbie Rise, Bisola, TBoss and Uriel...
23 Feb 2017
Gifty, the controversial ex-housemate in ongoing #BBNaija TV series said she is neither a mother nor married and has no sex-tape.
23 Feb 2017
A Lagos lawmaker, Mr Segun Olulade on Thursday advised the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed on the negative implications of Big Brother Naija on the nation’s culture and youths.
8 Feb 2017
Host Ebuka Obi-Uchendu had, immediately he stepped on stage of the live show, hinted that two of the three nominated housemates – Efe, Soma and Miyonse – would be evicted on the night.

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