One of Mnet Africa’s most popular TV programs, Big Brother Africa, a reality show that brings together contestants from across the continent has announced that it will now allow participants from Sierra Leone and Liberia. Citizens of both countries until now could not try out for the show.
In its 7th season, contestants will be participating in pairs. Meaning that siblings, friends, and family members will be asked to apply teams of two. The winning team will go home with $300k after 90 days in the Big Brother House. Mnet’s Managing Director, Biola Alabi said that Sierra Leone and Liberia have been added because of “their ongoing interest in the series and their growing Dstv audiences”.
Last season’s winners were 27 year old Karen Igho from Nigeria and Wendell Parson from Zimbabwe.
Sierra Leone and Liberia let the games begin!
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