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BBNaija Shine Ya Eye: Tonight’s ‘Kingsize Eviction’show sets tongues wagging

Written by Solomon Unoke

Since Friday, September 3 when organisers of the Big Brother Naija Shine Ya Eye edition released an e-flyer tagging tonight eviction show as ‘Kingsize Eviction’ without any details announced, viewers and fans of the reality show have been speculating on what to expect tonight, September 5, on the show.

This is the end of the sixth week.

The speculation is also heightening as 15 out of the remaining 17 contestants were put up for possible eviction last Monday. Only Jackie B, the Head of House, and her deputy, JayPaul are saved from eviction. For the others, only the votes of their fans and the audience would make them stay on in the show, after the sixth week to continue the contest for the N90 million grand prize.

During the nomination show, Liquorose and Pere were automatically up for possible eviction, because they were not eligible to play the game. Liquorose, because she was the immediate past Head of House and Pere because he was given a strike.

After the announcement of the nominations for the eviction, many fans took to social media with their reactions and comments. Some of them speculated about the possible number of housemates to be evicted in tonight show, housemates they might be evicted and also prayed for their favourite housemates to be saved from eviction.

Before tonight’s KIngsize eviction, the eviction show has seen either one, two or three housemates evicted from the show.

The first eviction in week two saw Niyi eliminated while the second eviction in week three had Arin and Princess eliminated. The last eviction last week (week five) saw JMK, Sammie and Maria eliminated from the show.

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