#BBNaija 2018 Day 16: Love And Bonding Sees New Pairings In The House

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Perhaps as a way to mark the week of love, big brother instructed the #bbnaija housemates to see the ‘good’ that lies in the person next to them.

Biggie has termed the week ,one of love and bonding and he called on the #bbnaija housemates to be patient, tolerant and mindful of one another. He also reminded them that a House divided against itself cannot stand.

Big brother had used harnesses to bind #bbnaija Housemates to their partner and they were forbidden from removing it without getting sanctioned by Biggie.
As a way of pushing the challenge further, the #bbnaija Housemates have to eat, drink, shower, sleep and overall– perform all bodily functions – with the bonds strictly intact for the next 24-hours.

To perhaps make the task more challenging, the housemates are not allowed to speak to any other Housemate except the one they are paired with.

The #bbnaija Housemates were given just five minutes to say their final words to the House-at-large. Instinctively old couples reformed magically, with Teddy A and Bambam exchanging long smooches, just as Ahneeka and Rico hugged intensely, while Anto and Lolu were demonstrative of their feelings.

The new pairing made for quite an interesting mix. The pairings include: Angel and Rico, Bambam and Tobi, Dee-One and Miracle, Princess and Vandora, Bitto and Ifu Ennada, Teddy A and Alex, Leo and Ahneeka, K.Brule and Nina, Khloe and Anto, and Lolu and Cee-C.

The move by big brother appeared to be a good one and begun to yield fruits almost immediately as Miracle who had not uttered more than a few words a day, became suddenly talkative and animated.

As for Ifu Ennada and Bitto, they could barely keep their hands off each other after their first kiss. How will the #bbnaija housemates adjust to these new pairings?

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