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BBNaija: Peace, Tega, Michael, Boma evicted from show

Viewers of the famous TV reality show Big Brother Naija, Season 6, Shine Ya Eye edition, were pleasantly surprised to witness the massive eviction of housemates on Sunday.

• September 6, 2021

Viewers of the famous TV reality show Big Brother Naija, Season 6, Shine Ya Eye edition, were pleasantly surprised to witness the massive eviction of housemates on Sunday.

Just 24 hours before the eviction night, Big Brother, the show’s host, hinted through the official Facebook page that there would be “king-size” eviction.

This actually played out when Peace, Tega, Michael, and Boma were evicted from the show, as hinted by Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, moderator of the eviction process on Sunday night.

From the collated vote percentage displayed after the eviction, Tega was seen to have garnered 0.67 per cent. Peace had 0.81 per cent. Boma got 0.96 per cent while Michael had 1.62 per cent.

So, the show had Pere, Nini, Angel, Yousef, Whitemoney, Saga, Queen, Cross, Liquorose, Saskay, Emmanuel saved by the public’s votes.

(NAN)

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