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Munya up for eviction this week


Munyaradzi Chidzonga (Zimbabwe) will this Sunday be up for eviction from the Big Brother Africa All Stars house alongside Kaone (Botswana), Uti (Nigeria) and Tatiana (Angola).

Mwisho (Tanzania), who was up for eviction, escaped by virtue of being head of house, so he replaced himself with Tatiana.

With 11 days remaining, two housemates will leave the house on Sunday and five will remain in the running for the grand prize.

Tatiana, Munya’s close buddy, surprised viewers as she pulled the trigger on Munya, arguing she had never nominated him before.

Lerato (South Africa) did not participate as she was stripped of her nominating privileges following her fight with Hannington, who was expelled from the show.

Meanwhile, the journey came to an end for Paloma (Zambia), Jen (Mozambique), Code and Meryl.

Paloma told NewsDay during a telephone interview that she was not cut out for the show, and was happy to see the outside world after over two months.

“Big Brother is not for me and there is nothing I can do about it,” she said, adding she would never give the competition another shot.

She, however, said her know-it-all attitude was a part of her.

“I’m going to continue speaking my mind.

Others might like what I will have to say while others might not.

This won’t change me as I will still speak,” she said.

She said she had a great time in the house and was happy although she did not win the money.

Meanwhile, Jen said she nominated Munya for the greater part of her stay in the house and barn, because she could not trust him.

“It was nothing personal, he is a good person but you may never know if he is your friend or not,” she said.

Jen, the best dancer in the house, said dancing made her feel free and injected life into the Saturday night parties in the house and barn.

She is putting her money on Munya to win the top prize: “I think Africa likes Munya judging from the number of times he has been put up for eviction and survived.

I think he has high chances of winning.”

Jen said she would never want to go back to the Big Brother house as her days were done.

“In the fourth edition, I left early so I felt I had to give another try but now I’ve accomplished everything I wanted to as I went as far as I wanted to,” she said.

She plans to get engaged to her love, Quinn Sieber of South Africa, who she met in the fourth edition of Big Brother last year.

People have been urged to continue supporting Munya as he draws closer to winning the $200 000.

To vote via sms, send the word “vote” to Econet number 15626 and the housemate’s name.

People can vote 100 times by sms per mobile number during each voting period.

To vote using wap (www.mnetafrica.co.za/bigbrother) register on the DStv Connect and vote on the website for free, once per hour during the voting period. Voting began on Monday evening and will close at 06:00 CAT on Sunday morning.

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