ARE YOU INTERESTED: #BigBrotherNaija Started season 5 Audition Registration is Free

ARE YOU INTERESTED: Big Brother Naija Started season 5 Audition Registration Free

Organisers of the Big Brother Naija, BBNaija factexhibit have introduced a new date for auditioning housemates for its subsequent season.

In a publish on its confirmed Twitter page, the organizers Stated that auditioning for the show would commence on May 20th until the 30th.

The show promoters have requested contributorsinvolved in the reality show to add a video introducing themselves and giving motives for their activity in the show.

The tweet stated the audition will be open to youngeradults above 21years, with legitimate Nigerian passports.

Meanwhile, potential contributors are to log on to to fill out the onlineregistration form and add their videos.

The online audition is free and open to involved male and female members who are of Nigerian nationality with a legitimate Nigerian passport and need to be 21 years of age by using June 1, 2020.

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Speaking on the return of BBNaija, the Chief Executive Officer of MultiChoice Nigeria, Mr. John Ugbe, said: “Big Brother Naija has been broadlyconsidered as one of Africa’s largest amusementexports, being the largest show off of Nigeria’s rangeoutdoor of core Nollywood.

This fifth season guarantees to be greateradventurous, interesting and entertaining, and will without doubt be the largest factor on African tv in 2020.”

The Big Brother Naija fact TV exhibit continues to produce some of the country’s largest TV personalities and pop lifestyle influencers given thatits maiden version in 2006.

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