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#BBNaija 2022: Here are the Requirement For Prospective Housemates According to Ebuka

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The host of Nigeria’s popular reality show, Big Brother Naija, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, has revealed the requirements for season seven as Nigerians anticipate the screening process.

Ebuka revealed the requirements in a post on his Facebook account on Saturday, where he disclosed the requirements for season seven.

Ebuka said, “The participant must be a citizen of Nigeria and non-Nigerian citizens cannot participate in the show for now.

  • “The age limit for one to participate must be between the age of 21 or reach that age before June 2022.
  • “The participant must have a valid limit of identification (Passport).
  • “He or she must be emotionally and mentally stable to handle the heat of the show for 90 days without any contact outside the world.
  • The participant must be educated with a minimum of o level qualification i.e WAEC, GCE, and NECO. It’s not compulsory to have a higher degree before one can participate.”
  • He or she must be emotionally and mentally stable to handle the heat of the show for 90 days without any contact outside the world.
  • “The participant must have a valid limit of identification (Passport).

Big Brother Naija, organized by MultiChoice Nigeria, is a reality television show that selects some young Nigerians through auditions.

After a rigorous process, they are housed for some time with no access to the outside world. Usually, their only companions are each other and several cameras as they compete for the grand prize.

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