#BBNaija Day 69: The Culinary Show Down

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Each of the #BBNaija Housemate was tasked with preparing an individual meal for the guest visiting the House on day 69 and all of them didn’t disappoint.

The #BBNaija Housemates had to prepare meals for special guests that would visit them in the afternoon and the task was the final prerequisite in determining whether or not they win their Wager.

Big Brother has had the #BBNaija Housemates doing all sorts of Tasks this week, especially since the theme of the week is Extreme Survivor Week.

The #BBNaija have had their shoes and mattresses taken away and even spent the night outside the House.

On the morning of day 69 however, each of them were tasked with preparing a meal and presenting it in the Arena, later on in the day.

As such, the #BBNaija housemates were expected to prepare six different kinds of meals and they were to make use of the ingredients they already had in the House.

Biggie however told them that if any of them needed extra ingredients, they should make a list and the Head of House, Bisola should let him know.

Bisola soon read the task brief and informed the Housemates that the guests would taste the meals and give a verdict afterwards.

She also made it known that the winning dish will get a reward.

Immediately after reading the Task brief, the Head of House asked the Housemates if they had all understood what was expected of them and they all said yes, before mentioning the meals they would prepare.

Marvis said she would make pepper soup, Bally said he’d make noodles, TBoss said she’d make mashed potatoes, Bisola said she’d make pancakes and eggs, Efe said he would make boiled yam and Debie-Rise said she’d make yam and stew, before heading into the kitchen to get started.

As the Housemates sweated it out in the kitchen, Biggie decided to play the music of Ex-Housemate Uriel, which sent the whole House into a frenzy as Marvis even danced for a while while she cooked.

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