The #BBNaija Housemates have become accustomed to giving 100 percent or nothing in their wager Tasks and this week was no exception.
The Housemates came to a general consensus regarding the week’s wager input.
As soon as the head of house, ThinTallTony asked them to confirm their input and they all unanimously agreed to give 100% or nothing.
Despite the fact that ThinTallTony reminded the #BBNaija housemates that they had lost their Wager twice in a row, they were all adamant at giving it all.
The Housemates had lost their 100% Wager last week because Big Brother felt they had not put their all into the Tasks during the week.
The theme of last week was Extreme Art, and it saw the Housemates doing a lot of Tasks that involved paint, including paintball, paint volleyball and painting using their bodies, among other activities.
The theme of the #BBNaija week is “Perfect, Nigerian, Big Brother Wedding” and it will see two of the remaining #BBNaija Housemates tying the knot, even as preparation is already in top gear to achieve success.
With the task and 100 percent wager in mind, Biggie made it known to them that no celebration was complete without food, and as such told the Housemates to create an authentic Nigerian wedding menu, making sure to draw from their diverse cultures and heritage.
It was thus revealed that Heritage Bank would be the sponsors of the Task.
Biggie made sure to leave a large board and chalk in the Store Room and asked the Housemates to list every single ingredient for the banquet.
They immediately got to work listing the ingredients. They however went for the usual suspects present at Nigerian wedding menus, jollof rice, egusi and pounded yam to kola nuts, palm wine, moi moi and even fried fish!
ThinTallTony suggested to the rest of the #BBNaija housemates that since they had numerous ideas, it was best that they organise everything into a “Traditional” and “Dessert” menu.
Ever the joker, Bisola kept describing everything in her signature, exaggerated, accent suggesting “bonono and horinge!” for the dessert platter.