Tanzanian Big Brother Representative, Nando DISQUALIFIED


As always my chant phrase: I don’t watch Big Brother, but yet another incident has made me notice this show….and I thank the good Lord it’s not Beverly again!

This time around, it’s the Tanzanian housemate Nando. Apparently he has a major preoccupation with weapons, plus he seems to think some people “deserve” to die….makes me begin to question how countries go about screening their representatives…

Anyhoo, Nando the Tanzanian housemate has been disqualified from the Big Brother house following an intense argument with the Ghanian housemate, Elikem. Read the official press release from the Big Brother Africa Website below:

Tanzania’s Nando has been disqualified from the Big Brother House.

After tonight’s Evictions that saw Annabel and Sulu being given the boot, Big Brother then gathered all of the Housemates in the living room.

Today Big Brother reproached Nando for the fight that he had with Elikem on Friday. The heated face-off with Elikem saw the two fellas exchanging fiery words between them. Nando is the one that instigated the fight. Instigation and provocation is a violation of the Big Brother rules.

For this fight Nando received his second Strike and Elikem was has served with his first Strike. Afterwards the Tanzanian was called into the Diary Room. He was given his third Strike for making threats against Elikem’s life, saying: “I feel like stabbing him. A nigga like that deserves to die”.

And he was also caught sleeping with scissors under his bed and this is not the first time that he has been caught with a weapon in the House. The troubled young fellow has had a dramatic nine weeks in The Chase. Last month he was served with a a Strike and a stern warning from Big Brother after he was found carrying a knife to the Channel O Party. The possession of weapons or intention to be violent in the House another violation of the Big Brother rules.

After the Diary session Nando was told to immediately exit the House. Big Brother then gave a warning to the Housemates to conduct themselves as adults.