Six Housemates from Big Brother Naija Season 7 are up for eviction this week, and one or more will be evicted during the live eviction show for this week. The four new housemates (Michael, Kayvee, JMK, and Queen), who entered the competition on Day 12, were also exempt from nomination in addition to BBNaija Week 10 Head of House Pere.
The first three evictions from Big Brother Naija Shine Ya Eye Season 7’s 22-person house took place in week 2 along with the introduction of four new housemates.
After the nomination process, the 6 housemates with the highest nominations were to be up for eviction. They are;
The current head of house and holder of the veto power, Pere, was requested to save and replace one housemate of his choosing. Pere saved Saga and replaced him with another housemate Saskay.
BBNaija Shine Ya Eye Housemates up for Eviction this Week
The Final six Shine Ya Eye Housemates up for possible eviction in week 10 of Big Brother Naija Season 6 are:
BBNaija Arin Evicted
Self-expressive Arin formed a close connection with Cross and Jaypaul during her time in Biggie’s House. She didn’t hold back on her emotions and got along with almost everyone, however, she also didn’t hold back if someone stepped on her toes. Here’s a look at some of her highlights in Biggie’s House.
BBNaija Princess Evicted
Princess entered Biggie’s House and that was a dream come true for her. Making close friends with Whitemoney, Princess was pretty much cordial with everyone. Unfortunately for her, she always got in trouble for laughing at the Housemates’ fights. Here’s a look at some of her highlights in Biggie’s House.
Big Brother Naija 2022 Week 10 Voting Results Percentages
BBNaija Voting result: How you all voted for your favourite housemate, the voting chart only shows the housemates with the lowest vote. Unlike previous seasons, the voting charts showing housemates with the highest votes are not released.
BBNaija Week 10 voting percentage
How the viewers voted: From the bottom half
- Tega – 110.61%
- Princess – 10.210%
- Arin – 6.106%.