Big Brother Naija Season 7: Organisers announce premiere date, N100m prize money

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All is set for the premiere of the seventh season of Africa’s biggest reality TV show, Big Brother Naija, this July.

Season 7 was unveiled to the media on Tuesday in Lagos.

Present at the unveiling were Ex housemates here: White Money, JMK, Seyi Awolowo, Frodd, Vandora, Esther, Jaypaul and Venita Akpofure.

For its seventh season, BBNaija will feature a unique double launch show on July 23 and 24, respectively.

Both shows will air from 7 pm on DStv channel 198 and GOtv channel 29, also on Africa Magic Showcase, Africa Magic Urban and Africa Magic Family.

The 10-week extended reality TV show will follow the lives of the housemates as they interact and compete with each other to win the grand prize of N100m worth of awards, the biggest reality TV show reward on the continent.

Speaking at the premiere of the show,

Busola Tejumola, Executive Head of Content & West Africa Channels, MultiChoice Group, said the season promises to be bigger and better.

Ms Tejumola said they received over 40,000 entries and worked with psychologists and experts to ensure they got the best housemates.


BBNaija says it is staying true to its reputation of having the biggest cash prize for any real competition on the continent.

This season’s winner will take home a grand prize worth 100 million Naira that includes 50 million Naira cash and other exciting prizes.

For the seventh season, the show will witness a return of a few pre covid elements, including the fan-favourite ‘Ninjas’ and a live studio audience.

Fans can also expect a line-up of more engaging tasks, unpredictable twists and Big Brother’s wit.

In addition, 30 fans of the show will also win 1 million Naira each in the Fave Lock-In promo exclusive to DStv & GOtv customers.


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