South Africa’s Kegan has emerged winner of the Big Brother Africa that lasted 91 days carting home the $300,000 prize.
The intern manager was announced winner on Sunday at the final held in South- Africa after beating finalists, Prezzo (Kenya); Lady May (Namibia); Talia(Zambia); Wati (Malawi); and Kyle(Uganda).
Anchored by Nigeria’s Ikponmwosa Osakioduwa, who was assisted by fellow country man, eccentric TV personality Denrele Edun, the show featured performances from top African stars including Dbanj and Naeto C.
Lady May, who was tipped as a likely winner, ended up as the last woman standing and the fourth contestant to leave the competition. Lady May who revealed that she had entered for the competition twice but was dropped, was also the only contestant to survive evictions in a miraculous way.
In the same vein, controversial Prezzo, who was first runner up when asked if he will date his Nigerian love interest, Goldie, outside of the show, said, “Let’s wait and see.”
All the finalists were each given a smart phone, DSTV PVR decoder and a Big Boy Scooter.
After Goldie cried her eyes out for you... you are saying lets wait and see?...
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