#BBNaija Day 51: The Alphabet Soup Challenge

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The #BBNaija Housemates were soon given a brainy task which required them to answer a series of difficult questions for the alphabet soup challenge after the morning Spat between TBoss and Bisola.

Big Brother attempted to find out the sharpest #BBNaija housemates. He instructed the Housemates to head to the Arena where they found several stands set up for them.

Biggie proceeded to explain the rules of the game, saying he was going to read out a series of questions and once they had the answer they’d have to sprint to the pot of Alphabet Soup, pick out letters and then rush back to spell out their answer.

The questions asked by Biggie were interesting and logical as they tested the power of the memories of the #BBNaija housemates and they ranged from easy questions like “Who recently got married in the Big Brother House?” to more difficult ones like “Who was the fifth, celebrity guest in the House?”.

The #BBNaija Housemates had a wonderful time moving back and forth in search for the letters which were all bright and white. This made it difficult for them to find them, making the challenge more difficult than it seemed at first glance.

The #BBNaija Housemates also had funny moments with some of the letter snapping in half and people trying desperately to spell out words in creative and dubious ways.

Bisola also got buzzed out often as she rushed to get her answers in order. Marvis kept answering “Ebuka” and Big Brother had to ask why he she had the host of the show on her mind. This got everyone laughing even as she protested that he was married.

At the end of the Task, Bally, ThinTallTony and Debbie-Rise proved to have the sharpest memories and were declared the winners.

Big Brother soon treated them to Pizza and Ice Cream which the rest of the House had to sit and watch them eat from the glass booth in the lounge.

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