LAGOS – The Management of M-Net, Producers of Big Brother Africa (BBA) on Friday said that the programme would still hold in order not to disappoint its fans.
The Public Relations Manager of M-Net, Caroline Oghumah said this in a statement made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos.
The Big Brother Africa (BBA) House in Johannesburg, South Africa, was destroyed by fire on Wednesday.
Oghumah, in the statement, said the venue where the BBA would hold would be made public later.
“M-Net and Endemol South Africa have spent the last 48 hours searching both locally and internationally for a venue where to produce the Season 9 of BBA Reality show. [eap_ad_1] “After much exploration, the team is delighted to announce that the show will go on, as a venue has been found to get the show on air by next month,’’ Oghumah said.
She said that it was not an easy task trying to relocate the BBA House because of a lot of factors which had to be considered.
“The complex technical requirements, logistics, technical crew and the satellite link facilities are some of the challenges encountered in putting the show together, ‘’ Oghumah said.
She, however, said that M-Net was delighted at making headway and assured all BBA fans that their favourite reality show would begin soon.
“We thank all our fans across the continent for their support during the last two days,’’ Oghumah said.
Big Brother Africa is the African version of the Big Brother reality game show with participants from several African countries featuring.
Each country provides at least one contestant living in an isolated house while trying to avoid being evicted by viewers with the aim of winning a large cash prize at the end of the show. (NAN)