Pere emerges new head of BBNaija House


Pere, the former wildcard, has emerged the new head of the Big Brother Nigeria House, to succeed Boma, who reigned last week.

As reigning Head, Boma was excluded from contesting.

He only helped Big Brother rearrange the play area.

The game started on Monday with the obligatory reading of the rules of the game. After this, each housemate had his go.

Whitemoney was the first to get started within a reasonably-short amount of time, giving him an early lead, but that was followed by an early exit, when he landed on the 15th space… “GAME OVER”.

Nini threw a six on her first attempt, moving on the course after no time at all, finishing on the 13th space, and taking the lead.

Jackie B managed to roll a 6. And that’s it. It took her so long to get off the blocks, that the buzzer rang before she could actually progress.

Sammie took a while to get off the blocks, but then through two 6’s in a row, followed by a five, which would put him on 11… which means “START OVER”, then the time ran out, which means… Sammie got zilch.

Cross… didn’t fair much differently: “START OVER”, then the buzzer.

Liquorose threw a six on her first attempt, getting an early move onto the course.

She immediately had to get past a tiresome obstacle, but she ended her run on the 14th space and in the lead.

Yousef then started his attempt… and got nowhere. Literally. He totally failed to roll a six and get off the starting block.

Pere then blew it out the park – a quick start, some lucky throws, missed all the obstacles, and ran like blazes. His last roll of the die went out of bounds, leaving people unsure of whether or not it would count, but just right then, it didn’t matter – he had taken the lead, no matter what.

Saskay had an alright time of it, until right after her attempt, when Biggie reminded her that she had been told she was not allowed to wear shoes during the Head of House Game, and her score was set to zero.

Her nervous laughter had Biggie ask her to, “kindly share the joke.” The laughter ended, chop-chop.

Tega had her score reduced to zero, too – not her fault. It was punishment for moving the marker incorrectly, but she had only been listening to her fellow Housemates, who were also given a stern rebuke by Biggie. Oooh… lot’s of people getting into wahala, tonight!

Not Pere, though. His score held the lead, and he became the new Head of House and won immunity from the week’s Nominations process

He will also have the power to veto any Housemate’s Nomination and put his own choice in his or her place.

Peace was the first head of house, followed by Boma.

Now it’s Pere’s turn.

He is yet to make known his choice as deputy.

*With reports by DSTV.


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