#BBNaija 2018 Day 31: Housemates Learn About The Wager Task

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As a way of celebrating Nigerian Arts, Culture and Entertainment industry, Big brother gathered the #bbnaija Housemates in the lounge and instructed them to work closely together.

Head of House, Tobi read the instructions that the seven pairs had to work on seven original presentations covering the breadth and width of the vibrant Nigerian Arts, Culture and Entertainment industry.

None of the #bbnaija Housemates forgot that Biggie’s expectations were high and real and demanding, and that winning the Wager was based on the totality of the presentations covering a song, a poem, a dance, a painting and a play. In short, anything that honoured the Nigerian entertainment industry from the past, the present and the future.

Biggie made it clear that shoddy presentations were not acceptable as the #bbnaija Housemates would be provided with all the writing materials and equipment needed to deliver outstanding performances.

Big brother also went on further to stress that no extension would be granted, perhaps as a reminder to Rico Swavey who forgot his lyrics in the midst of his presentation last week.

Despite all of the apparent goodwill, it took Tobi a whole lot of energy to bring all the #bbnaija Housemates on to the same page and divide amongst themselves the Tasks.

The housemates were speaking over one another until Tobi’s voice filled the room demanding attention. It was agreed that Music, Fashion, Dance and Drama would be started until the three outstanding sections were decided upon.

This however didn’t do much to help curb the tension as Tobi had to exchange a few scathing atatents with Ifu Ennada before getting to come to a compromise. It is important that all the #bbnaija housemates are of the same accord if they hope to ace the wager task of the week and get the goodies that comes with it.



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