The #BBNaija Housemates all gathered in the lounge as they stood up and bowed gracefully in front of the judges, in a theatrical manner.
Their bow signified the end of their ONE AFRICA presentations, which they had spent a greater part of day 47 and day 48 working on.
The #BBNaija Housemates however seemed tense until the judges had given them their individual feedback that they all stood up and bowed in unison and their actions could be likened to watching the end of an excellent theatrical performance.
While a good number of the housemates had a nervous feeling since they were all assigned the task, the judges Serah Makka, Nachilala Nkombo and Kunle Ayo generally felt they had all done exceptionally well with their presentations.
The judges gave the #BBNaija Housemates both positive and negative feedbacks, as they requested the Housemates to add a little more creativity, use statistics more appropriately and all give more practical and clearer recommendations.
The judges made it known to the #BBNaija housemates that they were judged based on five criterias which included their overall presentation, their campaign names, their use of statistics, their recommendation to policy makers and their call to action.
Bassey was the first Housemate to present and he gave a good account of himself, just as Marvis, Efe, Bisola, Debbie-Rise and ThinTallTony did, with the six of them using the approach of first outlining the topic then getting down to explanations.
Bally and TBoss however used a different approach as they chose to use stories to paint the picture, something which the judges felt was captivating.
After the presentations, the judges had words of advice for the Housemates as regards future presentations.
They noted a need for the housemates to be more creative and practical in terms of recommendations.
The Housemates were however left in suspense after the presentations as they have to wait for the results and which one of them is the winner in due course.