Malawi housemates nominated for eviction in Big Brother Stargame

A litmus test to Malawian duo in this year’s Big Brother Stargame, Wati and Nafe,  after being nominated on Sunday, June 24, 2012 in yet another dramatic random nomination.

Wati and Nafe are up for possible eviction alongside the Zambian ladies Talia and Tamara. Two housemates will be making it to Upville to join Junia and Keagan who are a week old in Upville.

This means that Downville will be left with only four housemates; Kyle, Jannette (Uganda) and Alex, Malonza (Kenya).

Nafe and Wati's reaction in the house after receving news on their nominations

However, many Malawians, who watched the eviction show on a big screen live  at Steers in Blantyre,  backed Wati to make it  come Sunday, July, 1 because he is  one of the favorites’ housemates  for Africa.

Multichoice Malawi launched the free-for –all activities on Sunday’s with the screening of the Big Brother Stargame eviction show at Steers Garden in Blantyre and Crossroads Hotel in Lilongwe.

Josophine Phiri, a Sunnyside residence, who graced the Steers Show, told Nyasa Times that Wati stands a greater chance to escape the evictions because of his game plan in the house.

“Wati will for sure escape the Sunday evictions because he is loved basing on the messages on the screen from all parts of Africa,” said Phiri.

Before viewers watched the live evictions show at Steers, Nthumwi Piksy performed his two famous hits, ‘Unamata and ‘Ndiwe appetizer.’

During the event, some Big Brother fans won various items like beautiful Big Brother Stargame t-shirts and Caps.

Multichoice Sales and Marketing manager Chimwemwe Nyirenda said that next Sunday, Blantyre residence will have a chance to watch  ‘wadya iwe’artist Black Jack, who will perform live on stage.

Caroline Maziya on stage with Piksy during the eviciton show at Steers. Photo by Jeromy Kadewere/Nyasa Times

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