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BBNaija 2019: Fans’ favourite, Tacha, Ella up for eviction

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BBNaija 2019: Fans’ favourite, Tacha, Ella up for eviction

This year’s edition of your favourite reality TV show, Big Brother Naija Pepper Dem edition has seen a lot of people been won over by various housemates. Its just two weeks into the reality TV show and some of these housemates have already started giving everyone a reason to watch the show.

From the conflicts to the diary session and even tiny bits of romantic affections shown by some of them, it has been an interesting ride. In the show first eviction, which took place last Sunday, Isilomo and Avala got the boot bring their stay in the house to an end. Tacha; Frodd; Ella; Kimoprah and Sir Dee have been nominated for eviction ahead of Sunday, July 14 .

Frodd, however, having earlier won the veto power card, exercised his power to save himself and fill his eviction slot with another housemate of his choice. With this, the investment adviser placed Mercy up for possible eviction alongside the four others.

Each of the nineteen remaining housemates was made to exercise their voting rights and the four with the highest number of votes were selected, an unspecified number of which are expected to be evicted. Of 19, Ella and Tacha topped the voting session with eight nominations each while Frodd had 5, and Sir Dee alongside Kimoprah emerged with 4 each.

The eviction session is one of the show’s well-anticipated moments where viewers are oblivious of the next housemate to be kicked out of the house while housemates are left tensed and wary of unfolding events. Meanwhile, Thelma got into a heated argument with Esther during the housemates’ convergence during the day 9 to come up with a perfect plan for drama. It took the help of their colleagues to douse the tension that had disrupted their preoccupation.

“Correct me like a human being,” Thelma had fired at Esther after the latter confronted her over the use of obscene words. Tuoyo had attempted to help the duo get along. But it was to no avail as the verbal exchange continued.

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