Big Brother Naija Season 6 had it’s first live eviction show on Sunday.
Organisers of Big Brother Naija have added a twist to the Season Six edition of the popular reality TV show by introducing four new housemates.
The housemates were introduced shortly after Yerins, Niyi and Beatrice were evicted from the show.
According to the statement, “A total of four new housemates were introduced into the game tonight, meaning that the full complement of housemates has gone up by one, rather than down. We were pretty sure it was going to move in the other direction. It’s going to start getting a little crowded, at this rate.
“Of course, the new housemates might be at something of a disadvantage — they have no rapport with the others, they don’t know the dynamics at play and — this is a big one — there might be some resentment on the part of the housemates who have had to play the game for the past two weeks suddenly finding themselves with these new upstarts who haven’t put in the time. It’s worth remembering, however, that the new housemates have had to spend these past two weeks in isolation, sequestered away from Covid-19, which can’t have been much fun.”
See the profile of the new housemates as seen on Africa Magic’s website:
Full name: Michael Chukwuebuka Ngene
“A bad boy with magnetism” and “open-minded”, are some of the words Ebuka uses to describe himself. This 28-year-old musician and aspiring filmmaker was born in Lagos, then moved to the United States of America as a teenager – but is currently based in Abuja.
Calling himself a “curious participant of life”, Ebuka likes to explore interests and people with an open mind and maintains he is dedicated to growing into the best version of himself. He believes being the product of two different societies; America and Nigeria, has created an interesting perspective on life that many viewers will be able to relate to.
In his free time, you will find Ebuka writing, creating music or pursuing his interests in cinematography.
Full name: Jumoke Zainab Adedoyin
A 23-year-old law graduate from Kwara State, JMK has aspirations of becoming a certified member of the Nigerian Bar. Apart from music, dancing and travelling, she enjoys cooking and the simple pleasures of life. She describes herself as “a sexy, confident and adventurous foodie” who loves to help people. She believes her presence in the Big Brother Naija House will help build her brand and will help position her to advance further in her career.
In addition, she wants the exposure and life-changing experience that the platform provides, to assist in her advocacy for social issues.
Full name: Gbolahan Ololade
Originally from Ogun State, 26-year-old Kayvee currently resides in Lagos, where he works as a photographer. His hobbies include playing football, clubbing and playing cards.
He believes he is innovative and fun to be around and says people call him handsome. Kayvee says his career high point is when he had the opportunity to photograph one of Nigeria’s biggest artists.
While he likes to experiment with styling and colouring his hair, he says that harassment in the streets has put a damper on this aspect of his life.
Full name: Queen Mercy Atang
Queen, 26, is a philanthropist and aspiring politician. She hails from Akwa Ibom State and has a mom she adores and three beautiful siblings that she loves.
She is a Tansian University graduate and an international beauty queen. Queen describes herself as “beautiful, courageous, and fearless” and reckons being raised by a single mother taught her a lot about life.
An ambitious and driven person who values everyone around her, she considers herself a true leader and an excellent communicator who is very calculating, loyal, and peaceful.