Nigerians React To The Sale of Big Brother Naija Past Questions

At first, it was a rumour. But as the auditions for one of Nigeria’s most watched Reality TV show, Big Brother Naija, kicked off today, the rumours became a reality.

Holding at various selected cities in Nigeria, the Big Brother Naija Auditions have pulled a massive crowd of interested contestants to these venues.

Some have attributed this to the ongoing ASUU strike while others have blamed the government’s inability to provide jobs.

In some cities, BBNaija past questions were being sold to the contestants in traffic, as sure successes to being accepted into the Big Brother house slated to hold in Lagos.

Many Nigerians have taken to social media, especially Twitter, to express their shock.

There were also reports of people fainting at the venue due to the heat, congestion, and standing in the queue for long.

A lady was reported climbing the fence just to get into the audition venue in Lagos.

What Gets One Into The Big Brother House?

Different theories have been brought up as sure ways to be among the selected few. Some say one has to be loud, others say the organizers are looking for creativity, while some strongly argue that one has to real and not lead a fake life.

Former Big Brother Naija stars have no comment on what really gets one into the house.

They have however wished all participants good luck.

2018 Big Brother Naija stars like BamBam, Ifuennada, and Alex have said on social media, especially Instagram, that fans have disturbed them to tell them the secret to winning the auditions. They have however asked their fans to participate in the auditions ad they send all their love and wished them success.

BBNaija auditions will still hold on the 2nd of February, 2019. If you missed that of today, make sure you don’t miss tomorrow’s.

Goodluck!

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