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Nigerian Wins Big Brother All Stars 

By Walter Wilson Nana

The Nigerian candidate in the Big Brother All Stars aka the Big Brother Revolution, Uti Nwachukwu came out big after 91 days in the Big Brother House in Johannesburg, South Africa.

In the grand finale in the evening of Sunday, October 17, Uti made the difference amongst the five finalists, which included; Munya, Lerato, Mwisho and Sheila. The Nigerian carried the colourful and emotionally packed night as he was declared the winner of the juicy $ 200,000 prize tag for the Big Brother Revolution. His immediate runner up was Munya from Zimbabwe.

Uti is aged 27 and resides in the Nigerian bustling city of Lagos. He is an Actor, featuring the MNET TV serial, Tinsel. He is also a TV Presenter and Model. For thirteen weeks, it has been a time of colour, pomp, fanfare, music, intrigues, confrontations, intermittent increase of adrenalin and more.

From Day One, there were fourteen housemates ; Mwisho from Tanzania, Jennifer from Mozambique Paloma the Zambian, Munya from Zimbabwe, Code the Malawian, the Ethiopian being Yacob, Sheila from Kenya, Sammy B, the Ghanaian, Kaone from Botswana, Uti the Nigerian, from Uganda, Hannington, Meryl from Namibia, Lerato the South African and Tatiana from Angola.

In the sidelines of the many things that happened at the Big Brother All Stars House, the fight that erupted between Uganda’s Hannington and South Africa’s Lerato stood out, as it made headline news across some big media houses in the world. Some Right groups even stepped in as they made their voices heard in the arguments raised on who was wrong or right in the aftermath analysis of the confrontation between Lerato and Hannington.

The aforementioned housemates are former Big Brother Housemates, who came to do their all to grab the very tempting $ 200,000. With this season (5th) of the popular African reality show – Big Brother Africa – now gone into the archives, fans are looking forward to the next surprise from the Big Brother Africa team, a project managed by the South Africa – based media groups MNET Africa and Multichoice Africa.

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