Popular BBNaija host, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu has enlightened Nigerians on recent complaints about hosting Big Brother Titans show during election period.
The organisers recently shared their plans for a new season of the Big Brother show but with a different twist.
The new season, which is tagged Big Brother Titans, is to be a combination of both Nigerian and South African housemates.
It was announced during a press conference on December 15 that the new season will begin on January 15. The show will also be going on for about three months as it is slated to end on April 2, 2022.
Given the interest the reality television show often generates, Nigerians are worried about youth involvement in the forthcoming 2023 general elections slated between February and March 2023.
Addressing the issue, during the launch of Big Brother Titans, Ebuka said the youths can actively participate in the TV show and the general election.
According to him, the Nigerian youth is very capable of going out to vote and also coming back to watch whatever they want to watch.
Unlike other BBNaija shows, the BBTitans is to take place in South Africa and will also have two show hosts.
The regular BBNaija host, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, is being maintained as one of the presenters of the upcoming show.
However, he will be hosting alongside South Africa’s Lawrence Maleka. The Big Brother Titans prize money has also been revealed to be a whopping $100,000 (N44.5 million).
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