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#BBNaija Day 6: The 23rd Envelope, details on state of origin of the housemates, how to vote and many more

#BBNaija Day 6 came with some exciting activities for the housemates which include the content in the 23rd envelope, about the states of each of the housemates, how to vote among others.

The highly contentious 23rd envelope with a substantial amount of money had the Housemates engaging in a rigorous discussion about how it would be rewarded to one of them. After a heated back and forth, the Housemates resolved to reward the bonus envelope by way of a lucky raffle.

The HoH took pieces of paper and wrote down the numbers with the hope that whoever made a lucky draw of the paper numbered ’23’ would be the lucky winner.

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Emmanuel’s good fortune in the Lucky raffle had him in possession of two envelopes with the Abeg Naira money that he will soon find out about today. Big Brother instructed the Housemates to hold on to their envelopes which they can only open the next day.

Is it safe to say Emmanuel’s win is likely to make him more comfortable than most Housemates with his newfound fortune of the bonus envelope? We are curious to see how much each Housemate will have to spend when they open these envelopes.

Order In The House

During the Task Presenattion rehearsal, Whitemoney begs his fellow Housemates to follow the sequence and to stop bringing more ideas because he needs to eat.

State The Fact

Details on the state of origin of the housemates is revealed.

Rivers State

Rivers State has contributed the most Housemates to this season, with Boma, Beatrice and Peace all hailing from there. Rivers sits on a vast reserve of crude oil and natural gas, and can refine about 340 000 barrels every day, and the capital city – Port Harcourt – is regarded as the centre of the Nigerian oil industry.

Cross River State

Tega and Jaypaul both originate from Cross River. Forming part of Nigeria’s border with Cameroon, the state has a large French-speaking population. The state is host to many festivals, including the largest carnival in Africa. Of particular interest to archaeologists and anthropologists are the Ikom monoliths, carved from volcanic stone.

Imo State

Maria and Princess come from Imo, a state in the southeast of Nigeria.  This is clearly a state of surprises: despite being the third smallest in terms of area, the state manages to pack in 163 oil wells, produces natural gas and lead and plenty of palm oil.  Despite all of this, it’s capital city – Owerri – is regarded as Nigeria’s entertainment capital.

Edo State

Yet another southern state, Edo also produced two of this year’s Housemates – Nini and Liquorose.  Formed back when Bendel State was cleaved into Edo and Delta states, Edo is the centre of the Nigerian rubber industry.

Adamawa State

Located in the country’s northeast, Adamawa was once a subordinate kingdom within the Sultanate of Sokoto. The state is home to two indigenous churches – the Church of the Brethren in Nigeria and the Lutheran Church of Christ in Nigeria – as well as two Housemates – Jackie B and Saskay.

Akwa Ibom

As a southern state, Akwa Ibom shares in much of the Nigeria’s oil wealth from offshore fields, though it is also very agricultural, with its people raising yams, rice, cowpeas, maize for subsistence purposes, and oil palm and cocoa as cash crops.  Housemates Angel and Emmanuel are both from Akwa Ibom, originally.

Bayelsa State

This state derives much of its revenue from the oil industry and is the location where oil was first discovered in Nigeria. The state is also the location of Edumanom Forest Reserve – the last known site in the entire Niger Delta where one can still find chimpanzees.

Ekiti State

Ekiti – like the rest of the states on this list – provided a single Housemate to this season of Big Brother, namely Arin. Created in 1996 from the territory of Ondo State, Ekiti was named for its rugged, mountainous features and undulating landscape – “Ekiti” means “mound”.  Other than these rocky outcrops, the state is also home to tropical forests.

Nasarawa State

Nasarawa is home to Farin Ruwa falls – reputed to be among the highest in Africa – and Salt Village, named for the naturally-iodized salt found in a nearby lake. It is also home to Yousef.

Kaduna State

Kaduna is home to Sammie, and quite a few other people, too – it’s the third most-populous state in the republic. In fact, it’s been home to people for a very long time – the Nok civilization made it their home as far back as 1500 BCE.

Enugu State

Enugu is home to coal, one of the largest grain markets east of the Niger, the country’s first indigenous university and happens to be Whitemoney’s home state.

Lagos State

Lagos is home to more than 15 million people and if it were a country, it would be the fifth-largest economy in Africa.  Despite all the people who call it home, Lagos has produced only one Housemate, this year: Saga.

Oyo State

Oyo was once home to the Oyo Empire. Today, it’s known as the “Pace Setter State”, and for good reason: the University of Ibadan was the first in Nigeria and Cocoa House (also in the capital of Ibadan) was the first skyscraper in Africa. As far as Big Brother Housemates go, it is responsible for giving us Niyi.

Anambra State

Named after the Anam clan, this state is known as the “Light of the Nation”.  It been the home of numerous civilisations since the ninth century CE, including the Kingdom of Nri, who left behind works of iron, bronze, copper and pottery.  This heritage has led to the Ogbunike Caves being listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Cross is the only Housemate who comes from Anambra.

It’s a TikTok thing

Liquorose and Saskay share some giggles as they teach Saga and Pere some tiktok trends like the WAP dance and the popular stationary walk.

The King of

Poker face

The Housemate that we all now know as one of the two Wildcards remains unshaken, keeping his cool as the stress and tension builds up to find out who they are.

The Wildcards, Pere and Maria, were revealed to the world during last night’s special Dairy Session. Many of you had your guesses right about Pere when the social media streets were buzzing with one question: “How did Pere know what happened in Oba?”.

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We are not sure where the #BBNaija investigation geng got this information, but we are indeed fascinated by the accuracy because we never saw it coming! Now that we know who the Wildcards are, will they not slip up and reveal themselves to their fellow Housemates?

One thing we can’t get over is Pere’s game face. This Housemate has a firm bite on the money because he is not letting anything get in his way. The Housemates trust him now, opening up about their suspicions and he is even helping them search for the Wildcards. Cool as a cucumber, he looks at them straight in the eye and nods away in agreement. Talk about being King of the poker face!

Last night, during his Diary Session, Pere guessed that Maria or Nini could be the second Wildcard because their Dairy Sessions preceded and followed his respectively. This was a simple guess for him because of the tricky hint that Biggie gave the Housemates who had been begging for a clue.

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At this point, none of the two Wildcards want to risk blowing their cover because the game is only getting interesting.

It would not be Big Brother Naija if we didn’t have the no-sleep geng keeping the timelines alive and popping. In addition to all the lovely messages and vibes shared, you can now vote to keep your favourite Housemate in the #BBNaija House.

How To Vote

Voting will open every Monday night after the nomination show at 20:00 (WAT)/ 21:00 (CAT) and will close on Thursdays at 21:00 (WAT) / 22:00 (CAT).

Here is everything you need to know about registering and voting for your fave during this Shine Ya Eye Season.

Voting takes place three ways:

  1. Mobile Site
  2. Website
  3. MyDStv app (DStv subscribers) and MyGOtv App (GOtv subscribers), only.

Voting on the MyDStv and MyGOtv App is open to active subscribers in selected countries with eligible packages only. To vote on the website, mobile site and the app, the audience will register with their name, surname, year of birth, gender, location, and cell phone number before or during the voting round

Registering on the Big Brother Nigeria website:

  • You can register to vote on the Africa Magic website– africamagic.tv/bigbrother
  • Click on the Vote menu item.
  • Click on Register and enter your name, surname, year of birth, gender, location and cellphone in the international format e.g. +234731234567 and your preferred password.
  • You will receive an OTP (One Time Pin) via SMS.
  • Enter your OTP
  • Once registered, you will be able to vote.
  • Select your favourite Housemate.
  • Website votes are free.
  • Data costs apply.

Voting on the Big Brother Nigeria website if you’re a registered voter:

  • You may vote for your favourite housemate via the Africa Magic website– africamagic.tv/bigbrother
  • Click on the Vote menu item.
  • Click on Login and enter your cell phone number in the international format e.g.
  • Enter your chosen password.
  • Select your favourite housemate.
  • Enter your number of votes and cast your vote by clicking VOTE.
  • Votes on the website are limited to 100 votes per user.
  • Website votes are free.
  • Data costs apply.

Registering on the Big Brother Nigeria mobile site:

  • You can register to vote on the Africa Magic mobile site– africamagic.tv/bigbrother
  • Click on the Vote menu item.
  • Click on Register and enter your name, surname, year of birth, gender, location, cell phone number in the international format e.g. +234731234567 and your preferred password
  • You will receive an OTP (One Time Pin) via SMS.
  • Enter your OTP
  • Once registered, you will be able to vote after the show
  • Mobile site votes are free.
  • Data costs apply.

Voting on the Big Brother Nigeria mobile site if you’re a registered voter:

  • You may vote for your favourite housemate via the Africa Magic mobile site– africamagic.tv/bigbrother
  • Click on the Vote menu item.
  • Click on Login and enter your cell phone number in the international format e.g., +234731234567.
  • Enter your chosen password
  • Select your favourite housemate.
  • Enter your number of votes and cast your vote by clicking VOTE.
  • Votes on the mobile site are limited to 100 votes per user.
  • Mobile site votes are free.
  • Data costs apply.

How to vote via the MyDStv or MyGOtv App (DStv subscribers with eligible packages only):

  • Get additional votes with the MyDStv or MyGOtv App.
  • Additional votes are awarded based on your subscription package or tier
  • Download the MyDStv or MyGOtv App from the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store.
  • Log into the app by selecting your default country, use your surname or mobile number and your smartcard number.
  • Once you’ve logged into your MyDStv or MyGOtv app account page, look for the “Vote Now” button.
  •  You must be an active MyDStv or MyGOtv subscriber on one of the eligible packages to receive your additional votes
  • Click on “Vote Now” follow the instructions to cast your vote.

Registering on the MyDStv or MyGOtv App (DStv subscribers with eligible packages only):

  • You can register to vote by clicking on the “Vote now” button inside the MyDStv or MyGOtv App.
  •  Click on Register and enter your name, surname, year of birth, gender, location, and cell phone number in the international format e.g., +234731234567, confirm your smartcard number and your preferred password.
  • You will receive an OTP (One Time Pin) via SMS.
  • Enter your OTP.
  • Once registered, you will be able to vote after the show.
  • MyDStv and MyGOtv App votes are free.
  • Data costs apply.

Voting on the My DStv or MyGOtv App if you’re a registered voter (DStv subscribers with eligible packages only):

  • You may vote for your favourite housemate by clicking on the “Vote now” button inside the MyDStv or MyGOtv App.
  • Confirm your smartcard number and enter your cell phone number in the international format e.g., +234731234567.
  • Enter your chosen password.
  • Select your favourite housemate.
  • Enter your number of votes and cast your vote by clicking VOTE.
  • MyDStv app or MyGOtv app votes are allocated based on your subscription package/tier (active DStv subscribers in selected countries with eligible packages only) **
  • MyDStv and MyGOtv App votes are free.
  • Data costs apply.

VOTING LIMITS & COST

Each user may cast 100 votes per voting platform per vote round i.e.:

  • Web – 100 votes 
  • Mobi – 100 votes 
  • Network data costs will apply for the use of the internet on web and mobile
  • Terms and conditions apply
  • MyDStv app or MyGOtv app – votes are allocated based on your subscription package/tier (active DStv subscribers in selected countries with eligible packages only)**

Voting limits are based on DStv packages

Packages MyDStv/MyGOtv App (Active subscribers only)
Premium/Bue/Mega 2500
Compact +/Grande Mais 1500
Compact/Grande 750
Confam/Family/Familia 500
Yanga/Access/ Facil 200
GOtv Max 350
GOtv Jolli/Plus 200

Source: Africa Magic

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