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JMK, Sammie, and Maria are among the evicted from BBNaija House.

On Sunday night, the BBNaija Shine Ya Eye housemates had to bid farewell to three of their own: JMK, Sammie, and Maria.

JMK left first, Sammie second, and Maria considerably later in the show, with Ebuka going straight into the elimination only nine minutes into the live broadcast.

The housemates nominated JMK, Peace, Pere, Maria, Sammie, and Queen for eviction during last Monday’s nomination program. Liquorose, the Head of House, opted to save Peace and replace her with Cross, putting him on the block. The week drew to a close with three evictions after a tough week of bonding, enjoyable jobs, Liquorose’s tight regime, and wild parties.

JMK left on a positive note, telling Ebuka she’s looking forward to all the nice things that lie ahead for her outside the home. She also mentioned that she would miss Angel because of their unexpected sisterhood and Whitemoney because of his cooking. She’ll miss Cross, Saga, and Queen as well. “Everything nice o!” JMK remarked in response to the “what next?” query. Everything is good and pleasant. I simply pray that God continues to shed his light on me and that I have more successes.”

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Sammie likewise appeared to be unconcerned about his eviction. He stated that he did not anticipate it to happen and that he was not startled. However, Jaypaul was moved by Sammie’s eviction because he was losing a friend. Nini and Saga placed him up for eviction, as the 26-year-old rightly predicted. He informed Ebuka that he and Angel are simply friends, but that he’s open to going out more. He’ll “pursue his passion – filmmaking, go back to school, and graduate from school because of my parents” now that he’s out of the house. That individual has accomplished a great deal. He simply desired that I attend school because he believed that if I did, I would become a better person.”

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Maria was also ordered to leave the Big Brother Naija house after being ousted in a surprise twist. The roommates were taken aback by the revelation, and Peace burst into tears. Since her first week in the house, Maria had been the center of attention. On Saturday alone, there were 41,000 posts about her on the internet from over 27,700 people. However, this demonstrates that affection on social media does not always translate into votes. To keep their favorite housemates alive, fans must vote on the Africa Magic website MyDStv or the MyGOtv app.

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Maria, on the other hand, accepted her expulsion with grace, comforting her friends before departing the house. She informed Ebuka that she was surprised to be ousted because she had not expected it. “I’m truly delighted about relocating back to Lagos,” she continued. It will be stressful for me because I haven’t lived in Nigeria in a long time, but I’m looking forward to it. I plan to start a business in Abuja, possibly early next year. And then I’ll simply see what happens.”

The top prize is now up for grabs, with 17 housemates fighting for it. The winner of BBNaija Season 6 will walk away with a massive 90 million Naira in rewards. This includes a N30 million cash reward, money in Abeg’s digital wallet, bitcoins from Patricia, a two-bedroom apartment from RevolutionPlus Property, and a top-of-the-line SUV from Nigerian automaker Innoson Motors, as well as a trip for two organized by Travelbeta. This is the continent’s highest honor for any reality television show. With more intriguing characters and fascinating events, BBNaija season 6 is set to outperform past seasons.

Season 6 of BBNaija is available on DStv channel 198, GOtv Max and Plus on channel 29, and Showmax. Go to www.dstvafrica.com to subscribe or reconnect to DStv, or go to www.gotvafrica.com to acquire GOtv Max or Plus. You can also use the MyDStv and MyGOtv applications to access various self-service features.



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