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BBNaija Shine Ya Eye: Angel, Pere in grand finale twist qualification battle

Written by Ade

Big Brother introduced the promised twist into the eviction show of the Big Brother Naija Shine Ya Eye edition on Sunday. But the twist is very unpopular among the fans of the reality show as negative comments continue to trail the decision of two housemates, Pere and Angel battling in the white room for the remaining fifth slot in the grand finale of the show, slated for Sunday, October 3, 2021.                                       

Pere and Angel who were in fake evictions during the Sunday live eviction show were against each other in a game of ‘trucks and screwdrivers’ to contest to be a finalist on the show.  

Biggie, in explaining the new game, said the winner will have a chance to compete in the last game in the grand finale for the N90 million grand prize.

“Welcome to the most intense game you have ever played. It is a game of trucks and screwdrivers. This game can only have one winner as decided by Big Brother. Win the game and you walk back into the house as a finalist and compete as a finalist. Losing means you go home as one of the evicted housemates.

“What you have in front of you are two identical toys, one for you Pere, and the other for Angel. Also in front of you is a single green bulb as you can see that the bulb is on, for now, we shall switch it off.

“The next time you see the bulb on you must unscrew the truck. There is a picture of how to assemble it. You are only allowed to work as long as the bulb is on… if you continue while the bulb is off then you might be penalized

“A note of warning, be very careful not to break the toy’s part. You may be penalized; the penalty may be as intense as losing the game finally. The first housemate to finish and announces wins.”                                                                                However, following this new development many fans of the show are crying foul as they wonder why their votes for the six housemates up for evictions never count at this critical stage.

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