One time Big Brother Africa winner, Uti Nwachukwu, wants the reality show back on TV.
Reality star, Uti yesterday took to his Instagram account to share a throwback photo of himself alongside past contestants of the reality TV show and alternatively used it as a platform to plead with Africa Magic to bring back the show on TV.
“#Throwback #2013 or was it #2014 ?? lol I forget..! South Africa with my big brother Africa Brethrenz. Sigghh I miss the show! AFRICA MAGIC bring it baaaack…hehehe #BringBackOurBigBrotherAfrica.” Uti captioned the pic below.
Uti is the 25-year-old representative from Nigeria in Big Brother Africa 3. He became the third evictee of Big Brother Africa 3 house on the 5th of October 2008 (Day 42).
At his stay in the house, Uti was known for often teasing his fellow housemates (mostly Mimi and Thami). During Namibian housemate Lucille’s eviction Uti had a violent out burst upon learning that she had been evicted.
In 2010, Uti was one of the housemates from previous seasons chosen to enter the Big Brother Africa: All Stars and he competed as a contestant in which he lasted for 91 days and ultimately was crowned as the winner where he walked away with after defeating Munya with a final vote of 8 to 7.
He spent a combined total of 133 days in the Big Brother house. He is a native of Ndokwa from Aboh Kingdom in Ndokwa-East Local Government Area of Delta State Nigeria.
Big Brother Africa: All-Stars was the fifth season of the Big Brother Africa reality television series produced by Endemol. The season premiered on Sunday, July 18, 2010 and was broadcast by M-Net and M-Net Africa for 91 days, concluding on October 17, 2010.
M-Net CEO, Yolisa Phahle, In May revealed that there are no plans for the hit TV show this year. She revealed this while speaking with Journalists as DSTV celebrated Africa Month in May.