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Munya up for eviction in BBA All Stars


Big Brother Africa All Stars’ fans have their fingers crossed following Munya Chidzonga’s nomination for the next round of evictions next Sunday.
After surviving the first round of evictions this week, Munya and South Africa’s representative, Lerato, were nominated for eviction on Monday. The two lock horns for the next round of evictions.
Viewers from all over the continent have already started voting and their votes will determine the one to leave between the two housemates.
Currently Sammi, who is Ghana’s representative and Hannington from Uganda are sharing the alternate house – a barn with live animals after they were evicted last Sunday.
“Forget his drunken outburst on Saturday. Does he really deserve to go out? Africa, think twice. Munya and Lerato really make the house interesting with all the drama. I say the boy deserves a second chance and it’s time to send a woman to the barn to heat things up,” said one fan, Karen Konadu Duah.
Some fans said Lerato was in a better position as the competition was in her homeland, something that could help her garner more votes.
Others, however, said the rest of Africa was against the idea of having a South African winner in the competition for the same reason – hence Munya is likely to survive at the mercy of the rest of Africa except South Africa.
“Please Zimbabwe, let us help Munya stay in the house, it is only up to us to keep him in the house, let us keep voting,” said another fan Innocent Chitowa.
In a wall post on the official Big Brother Facebook page Immaculate Ottah, a Nigerian said: “Let’s save Lerato because like Munya rightly said when he nominated Uti, ‘Zimbabwe is far from West Africa’. Munya doesn’t like Uti, so we are going to save Lerato because she’s close to Uti.”
As the clock ticks, and the eviction day nears, Munya’s fate is in the hands of Africa and Zimbabwe in particular.

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