The Shine Ya Eye Housemates got their first Brief of the Season from Biggie – and they’ve already hit the ground running. The Brief arrived early this afternoon and the Head of House, Peace did the honours of reading it out to the Housemates.
Here’s the Brief
Welcome to Week 1 in Big Brother’s House. By now, Big Brother believes that you are gradually settling down and savouring the beauty of your new space.
As expected, the Season cannot go without some activities that have been carefully curated to make your stay in the House fun and exciting. These activities will simply be known as tasks and games.
A major part of your activities for the season will be the “Abeg tasks”, courtesy of the season’s headline sponsor, Abeg.
Your ‘Abeg” task for this week will be a theatrical presentation.
The house must develop a musical theatrical drama in celebration of Nigeria which you will present on Friday night.
Your presentation is expected to cut across different tribes, showcasing Nigeria’s cultural diversity in all its richness and grandeur.
All housemates must partake in the creative process and the eventual presentation of this task.
Songs and dances must be incorporated in your performance… and the duration of your presentation must exceed 40 minutes.
Requisite props and costumes will be made available to aid your performance.
Big Brother expects the house to work harmoniously and put up a great show come Friday night.
Getting to work
With the Brief read, it’s time for the Housemates to get to work. Already mild arguments have erupted with Peace apologizing to Beatrice for apparently getting her upset while the rest of the Housemates are having a difficult time coming up with a strategy to tackle the brief.
The chants of 'One House' filled the room as their first brainstorming session has been eclipsed by clashes of ideas with Housemates speaking over each other. In a bid to restore peace, they've been asked to let the other Housemate speaking round-up before another person speaks up. Angel also suggested that they ask, but it might be a subtle shot at Liquorose. This isn’t unusual considering their large numbers and different ideas. Hopefully, they come to a resolution soon and a clear path to delivering a grand presentation.
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