Big Brother Nigeria (BBNaija) is a reality tv series competition that is based on the Big Brother television franchise, in which 12 to 21 contestants live in an isolated house and compete for a large cash price.
Due to the recent pandemic, many fans and viewers of the show wondered if the problem was still going to be held.
However, MultiChoice disclosed that they were working with the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control to ensure that there would be a high level of safety of the housemates and the production crew.
According to the channel director, the housemates usually go through serious health checks before entering the house.
It is nothing new as the organizers of the program stated that the housemates currently on isolation ahead of the premiere on July 19.
“Potential housemates are currently in isolation ahead of the July 19 premiere.
“They will be monitored whilst in isolation until they are cleared as Covid-19 free. Anyone that shows signs of ill health, will as expected not to be a part of the show,” they stated.
By Fuseina Issaka | talksafrica.com