BBNaija 2019: 22-year-old housemate Esther becomes first female head of house

BBNaija 2019: 22-year-old housemate Esther becomes first female head of house

- BBNaija 2019 housemate, Esther, has emerged as the first female head of house

- The 22-year-old lawyer won the head of house challenge making her become the HOH

- The other housemates, especially the females, rejoiced with Esther over her new position

The BBNaija reality TV show has been described as many things by different people, but this does not seem to stop the fact that it keeps Nigerians glued to their TV screens.

The game which involves a number of adults living in a house together for 99 days before one person emerges as the winner has been filled with several up and down moments.

Just recently, one of the housemates, Esther, emerged as the first female head of house on the game show.

BBNaija 2019: Esther becomes first female head of house

BBNaija 2019: Esther becomes first female head of house Photo: @ts_esther / Instagram
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The 22-year-old lawyer emerged as the head of house after beating 16 other housemates and winning the HOH challenge.

The housemates were made to play a game to test their memory and Esther emerged victorious.

Some of the housemates such as Mike, Tuoyo and Jeff, were disqualified for breaking some of the game rules. The first housemates to lose out of the game include Tacha and Mercy.

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Esther is now the third head of house on the 2019 edition of the BBNaija show after Jeff and Nelson. Congratulations to her.

Just recently, Legit.ng reported that Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC), described the BBNaija show as being Satanic as it called on Christians to join in condemning the programme.

According to reports gathered from Sahara Reporters, director of MURIC, Professor Ishaq Akintola, explained that BBNaija is making people get forcibly dragged to a world of shamelessness and open promiscuity.

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