Wati wins Head of House, will he rule?

Remaining Malawian Big Brother Stargame representative Wati has won the Head of House Task. The question is, will he survive this Sunday’s eviction to enjoy being next week’s Captain?

The high-haired Lilongwe-based 22 year old self-styled businessman, beat off stiff competition form neighbouring Zambia’s Talia, who stormed the final round with the jazzy Wati after the rest of the housemates failed to remain in the race.

The task brief demanded that the housemates gather in the garden and stand at different spots provided. Each was provided with a clipboard and a pen and Biggie issued a mathematical sum to calculate, jotting down the answer and not the calculation procedure.

Wati to make it to the finals?

A quick wit mathematician, Wati stayed on to the end, being in the group of housemates that got the right or closest answer to make it into the next rounds.

Tied up in to the final round Wati and Talia were also given a mathematical sum to calculate with Wati coming up with the right answer, winning the sheriff’s throne.

Despite the brave win, Wati is now faced with the hurdle of escaping Sunday’s possible eviction. That will be the only bridge he has to cross to serve his term and take him to the close end-days of the US$300,000 loot game.

His chances of being the first Malawian to win Big Brother is for his Malawian and African fans to vote for him every hour by clicking on http://bigbrotherafrica.dstv.com/vote/ .

On sending VOTE WATI through the official website on http://bigbrotherafrica.dstv.com/messages/, by SMS, or Wap, Multichoice Malawi is offering fans a possible all-expenses paid trip to Jozi to attend the finale of the game on 5th August 2012.

Who will make it to the finale and will Wati be that winner to witness walk away with the top prize?

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