BIG BROTHER AFRICA SEASON 8: The Chase-Heads Of House Throw Nomination Curveballs As Ghana’s Selly Comes Up For Eviction!0 Comments

GC Staff
Posted on 10 Jul 2013 at 9:15am

Big Brother Africa Season 8-Selly

The battle lines have been well and truly drawn on Big Brother: The Chase! Six housemates are up for eviction this week after a day of nominations on Monday that seemingly saw relationships and beefs defining housemates’ choices. Once the dust had settled and the Heads of House had both made sensational ‘save & replace’ decisions, Selly, Melvin, Annabel, Cleo, Natasha and Pokello are in the firing line this week.

Both Heads of House dropped bombshells after Big Brother announced the nomination results. Diamond HoH Melvin sensationally decided to leave the nominations as they stood – meaning that he is up for possibly eviction after his housemates nominated him. Cleo received six nominations, with some housemates citing her as a threat to their chances of picking up the USD 300 000 prize. Annabel was next up with four nominations. Feza called her the “weakest link” while Bassey told Big Brother that he hated how she never cleaned up after herself when she was done in the kitchen.

In the Ruby house, Oneal decided to save Elikem and replaced him with Selly – keeping his word that he would not punish Elikem for swapping his love interest Feza to the Diamond house last week. Pokello and Natasha had picked up the most nominations, four each, while Sulu received two nominations, with Oneal picking up one.

With 44 days down and 47 to go, it’s still vital for viewers to vote to keep their favourite housemates in The Chase! Voting opened immediately after Monday night’s nomination show and closes at 06:00 CAT on Sunday morning.

There are three ways to vote to keep your favourite housemate in Big Brother: The Chase – via web, SMS or mobile site – and you can win amazing prizes in the process, like DStv HD PVR’s and DStv Walkas.

To vote via web or mobile site, go to the Big Brother official website, www.bigbrotherafrica.com , log in, click ‘Vote’ and then click the appropriate button for the housemate you’d like to keep in the house. You may vote once per hour.

To vote via SMS, send the word VOTE, followed by the name of the housemate you’d like to keep in the game, to the number for your country below. SMS’s are charged at specified network tariffs in the various countries. VAS rates apply. Free minutes do not apply. Please note that you can vote 100 times by SMS per telephone number during each voting period.

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