Auditioning has begun for this year’s Big Brother Africa reality
show, which is scheduled to kick off in May. The early announcement was
intended to give BBA ‘hopefuls’ ample time to prep and present their
most interesting side for the show.
Multichoice Kenya General Manager Stephen Isaboke says that all
Kenyans from all parts of the country are invited to give it a go,
expressing hope that the chosen candidate will be as well mannered as
the previous ones have been.
“Kenyans in the house have been known for good behaviour. And this
could be Kenya’s year to win, who knows!” he told a DSTV mini party.
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