Seyi and Omashola became the 22nd and 23rd housemate to leave the Big Brother Naija reality tv show.
This was after they reached the final alongside Mike, Mercy, Frodd.
Oluwaseyi “Seyi” Awolowo has had many highs and lows in his three decades of existence. The bubbly entrepreneur once tried to commit suicide but has since risen above that dark period of his teenage years and has turned his life around.
He is committed to his journey of self-acceptance, his girlfriend and his beliefs. He demonstrates the latter with a “Jesus’’ tattoo across his arm. Seeing his own face on a billboard for the first time is one of the highest moments of his life so far.
What irritates you most about other people: Fake people and those who lack of originality.
What will you do with the prize money: Invest in my company. May also help a charity or two.
Why will you be a fan favourite: I’ll stand out from the rest of the Housemates.
Model and Entrepreneur Omashola is originally from Delta State, but now calls Lagos home. He loves playing basketball, cooking and “being in the water, even though I can’t swim”. Putting his life’s motto “If you want it, go get it – don’t just sit down” into action this year, Omashola got down on one knee and proposed to his girlfriend. But the worst happened; she turned him down! Now single and focused on building his brand, Omashalo comes into the Big Brother Naija House ready to make his dreams come true.
What irritates you most about other people: I hate liars.
What will you do with the prize money: I will invest and triple it in less than a year.
Why will you be a fan favourite: Because I’m different, I’m special and I have a story to tell.
After 99 days of entertainment in the Big Brother Naija house, the show that began with twenty-one housemates has finally come to an end this Sunday, October 5, 2019.
Out of 21 housemates and about five others that were introduced during the show, only five remain in the house. The housemates are Mercy, Mike, Frodd, Seyi and Omashola.
This season has been interesting for viewers and it has been a roller coaster of ups and downs for housemates from winning cool cash to winning Bet Naija coins, the surprise eviction and even the shocking disqualification of a housemate.
At last, only one housemate can go home with the N60 million cash prize. After a week of campaigning, Nigerians have chosen the last housemate standing.
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