DSTV’s Big Brother Africa TV reality show is the most watched television show on the continent, with a viewership of over 50 million people across Africa.
Over the years, Ghana has been represented by ordinary people, celebrities and those in-between in the competition but their fame will last for just a few months after the reality TV show goes off air.
Fans, however, lose the opportunity or may never get the opportunity to see, talk to, take selfies or even get autographs from their favorite housemates, hence the need for the Annual Big Brother Africa Party.
Ghana will be hosting the first ever BIG BROTHER AFRICA Party in Accra this December. Fans of the biggest reality TV show in Africa will have something to look forward to this year. The eyes of Africa and the world will be fixed on the Trade Fair Centre where all the action will be happening.
With Housemates flying in from all over Africa and celebrity guest appearances on the night, this is going to be the party of the century.
EX Namibian housemate Luis and Ex Ugandan Housemate Ellah are the official hosts for this years party. Mr. 265 is the official DJ for the night and Sheilla and Kacey Moore will be performing the Hit song “big brother is watching.”
They will all be arriving in Ghana on the 2nd of December to grant interviews and promote the event. The party will take place on the 4th of December which happens to be a holiday in Ghana. What better way to spend your holiday than with your favourite housemates.
Do you still remember the names of housemates who have represented Ghana since the BBA show started?
Well, here is your chance to meet them, take selfies with them, and party like rockstars.
Tickets will be sold at the gate for only GHC 20 and remember the date is 4th December. Gates open at 6pm. See you there…
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