#BBNaija Day 74: Housemates Play Snakes And Ladders In A Different Way

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As soon as TBoss was crowned the new #BBNaija Head of House, Biggie summoned her into the Diary Room to receive a task brief.

The brief informed the Housemates that they were to go into the Arena for a life-size game of Snakes and Ladders.

The brief also informed the #BBNaija Housemates that Bisola was to moderate the game and be the first to throw the dice.

She was also to decide the order in which the game would be played.

As expected, Big Brother added a number of twists to the game which included If the Housemates land at the base of a ladder then they were to move up to the block it leads to, and as soon as they landed there, they were to share with everybody one decision they have made in the #BBNaija House that positively affected their chances in the competition.

If any of them however landed at the mouth of a snake, the Housemate was to move back down the snake to the bottom block where its tail rests, and share a BAD decision they have made in the #BBNaija House that they regret and why.

Bisola soon allocated starting positions to all the Housemates, choosing to use the alphabetical order of their names to signal the starting line-up. The game gave the #BBNaija Housemates a chance to bare their minds in front of fellow contestants in a fun and humorous manner.

Bisola moderated the game and was the first to get to the 100 block signalling her as the winner.

Efe was second and he celebrated his win with a victory lap across the Arena. Marvis was third and she was followed closely by TBoss, leaving the last place to Debie-Rise.

The #BBNaija Housemates sat around the Arena waiting to hear the sound of Biggie’s buzzer to signal their exit from the Arena.

Big Brother seemed impressed with the effort they put in the game, as he had warned them that they may get a “not so good reward” if they showed any lackadaisical attitude towards the task.

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