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How to activate Big Brother Naija Channel on GOTV & DSTV

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BBNaija Season 6 premiered on the 24th of July 2021 after the online audition that was held months back to carefully select the housemates. Viewers from all over the continent are currently enjoying another group of contestants entertain them by being themselves on the show, and we await how it all pan out.

If you are a fan of the reality TV program, you definitely do not want to miss out on what Biggie has in store for you this year, including the epic drama, the unforgettable romance, the wits, the fights e.t.c, and this tutorial is here to show you the channels you can enjoy viewing from. See How To Activate Big Brother Channel On GOTV And DSTV:

Activate Big Brother Channel On GOTV And DSTV:

2021‘s edition of BBNaija is sponsored by “ABEG,” a peer-to-peer payment platform launched in association with “Patricia,” a popular cryptocurrency trading platform we’ve been used to in previous seasons. Be aware that the winner of the show will clinch the mouthwatering grand prize worth N90 Million – the highest for a reality TV show in Africa so far. To watch the show right now, you have to be a DSTV or GOTV subscriber. Here are the channels you’ll need:

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Watch Big Brother Naija 2021 Channel On GOTV:

If you own a GOTV decoder, just tune to channel 29 which is available to GOTV Jolli and GOTV Max packages, and you can start enjoying your favorite program.

Watch Big Brother Naija 2021 Channel On DSTV:

If you own the DSTV decoder, just tune to channel 198 which is available to all DSTV packages (DSTV Access, DSTV Family, DSTV Compact, DSTV Compact Plus, and DSTV Premium), and you can start enjoying your favorite program.

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Big Brother Naija 2021 Show Highlight:

As usual, all BBNaija seasons come with highlight shows, and season 6 won’t be an exemption. To watch the live eviction shows and weekly highlights from the comfort of your home, channels like Africa Magic Showcase, Africa Magic Urban, and Africa Magic Family will take care of that on a daily basis.

Where to Watch BBNaija:

BBNaija’s “Shine Your Eye” season will be available in 49 nations across Africa through the DSTV and GOTV platforms. The nations covered are- Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Djibouti, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Reunion, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Can’t Watch BBNaija 2021:

If you are a DSTV and GOTV subscriber, and you have no interest whatsoever in the show, you can easily opt-out too. If you are a DSTV subscriber, simply send “BBNOUT [space] smart card number” to 30333, while GOTV customers can send “BBNOUT [space] IUC number” to 30333. Cautious viewers are also allowed to activate the parental control option on their decoder for viewers that are not 18 yet.

What To Expect From BBNaija Season 2021:

1. A Double Launch Show:

As you already know, Season 6 has a twist that involves the launch show. For the first ever, the launch show will be twice – one for the boys, and the other for the ladies. The male part of the premiere already aired yesterday, and that of the women will go down tonight, June 25, 2021.

2. More Interesting Personalities:

BBNaija is known for picking amazing sets of people as housemates, and this year’s season promises to be even better. MultiChoice even vowed to spice things up for viewers with the contestants, and we expect the very best.

3. More Interesting Tasks:

If you felt the tasks from previous seasons were the most interesting and engaging you’ll ever see, think again. BBNaija 2021 promises to dazzle fans with even more amazing and financially rewarding tasks for the housemates.

4. A Revamped BBNaija House:

As expected, we already saw how Biggie’s house looked totally different from the way it was in 2021. We’ve admired new decorations, new spaces, and even surprise features we haven’t seen in Big Brother’s house before.

5. 2 New House Currencies:

If you’re not aware, Big Brother is retiring the old currencies used in past seasons and viewers can expect 2 never-before-used currencies from the show this year.

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6. Showmax:

Showmax will also broadcast an exclusive 30-minute show named “The Buzz” twice weekly where viewers will have access to all the secret actions they missed on other channels. It’ll be a magazine-styled show alongside a host and it’ll be airing on Tuesdays and Saturdays.

7. No SMS Voting:

In 2021, all voting can only be done on the BBNaija website/mobile site, and the MyDStv and MyGOtv applications.

8. Fave Lock-In Is Here Again:

The fan competition which was launched last year is back again. It’ll give thirty BBNaija fans a chance to win N1M each if the housemate they locked in wins in the end. Be aware that you’ll have from July 29 till August 2 to decide on who you think is winning.

BBNaija 2021 Male Housemates:

1. Boma:

Boma
Boma

He is a 34-years-old mixologist who is also a model and an ex-footballer. Raised by a single mum and grandma, Boma is formerly married. He sees himself as one who has faith in God, and a guy who never likes to give up.

2. Okusaga:

Saga
Saga

He is a 28-years-old engineer from Lagos State and he has promised to bring vibes to the house. Saga also shared that he is on the show for his late mum, whose death was the lowest point in his life.

3. Yousef:

Yousef
Yousef

This bi-racial Nigerian is a teacher from Joshm in Plateau State and he has vowed to be super entertaining in the house.

4. Pere:

Pere
Pere

He is a handsome actor who plans to deliver spontaneity to the viewers throughout his stay in the house.

5. Whitemoney:

Whitemoney
Whitemoney

He is a businessman who is into importation of shoes. He sees himself as a jolly good fellow who loves catching cruise and having fun. He is 29-year-old, and he is from Enugu State.

6. Niyi:

Niyi
Niyi

This ex-basketballer is from Oyo State and he is married with one kid. He is also a businessman who runs a fantasy game platform and events company in Cape Town, South Africa. This hunk is 6’6 and he is the tallest guy on the show.

7. Yerins:

Yerins
Yerins

He is a medical doctor who likes food but never gets fat. He describes himself as a polymath who has undiluted love for several creative things.

8. Jay Paul:

Jaypaul
Jaypaul

This is a 29-years-old social butterfly from Calabar, Cross River State. He describes himself as a total entertainer who sings and dance extremely well. He also runs a tourism business.

9. Emmanuel:

Emmanuel
Emmanuel

This is a 24-year-old model from Akwa Ibom State and he is a Mr. Africa pageantry winner. Emmanuel is single and believes the probability is high that he’ll be willing to mingle.

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10. Sammie:

Sammie
Sammie

This is a final-year student who is studying Guidance & Counselling at Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He paused school to participate on the show, and he plans to enjoy himself in the house.

11. Cross:

Cross
Cross

Ikechukwu Cross is a 31-years old Nigerian who loves clubbing, dancing, and watching ladies fight over him. He is into yoga and he plans to bring drama to the show.

There you go, never miss out on the drama, sagas, betrayals, alliances, tasks, relationships, and romance that Biggie has in store for you this year. Enjoy.