Big Brother Naija Kills long term boredom in Africa!

Big Brother Naija Kills long term boredom in Africa!

Many African shops around Randburg, Johannesburg have permanently put their TV sets on M-Net Channel 198, not to miss the pulsating drama on Big Brother Naija (BBN).

Hitherto, many of them often watched Africa Magic Channels and Emmanuel TV of Prophet TB Joshua (Synagogue Church of All Nations).

Nigerians in South Africa use BBN to massage their nostalgias. They say it makes them catch the Naija vibe.
Ade Aduragbemi said: “I feel them. Movies don’t give you the kind of drama Big Brother gives”.

A Nigerian stylist at Randburg Central Business District (CBD) said: “At least, it’s something different. It is not movie drama. It’s a reality show about Nigerian youth. We love it”.

Moreover, many addicted fans of BBN in Johannesburg said the show came at a time when there is nothing really exciting on TV.

Millicent from Uganda opined: “There is no good content on TV anymore. You will search and search to get something nice”

Activities and traffic on the social media also confirm that BBN gets more popular by the day.

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Femi Oshin is a publisher at Nigeriansinsouthafrica.ca.za and Producer /Presenter of Agogo Ayo on Africa Magic Yoruba.

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