Mercy Eke, Laycon, Nengi, Prince, Alex Asogwa, Bisola Aiyeola, Elozonam, and Ozo set to featured in the first BBNAIJA documentry

The first– ever documentry about Big Brother Naija is set to drop in November.

Named BBNaija The Fame, the Suckers, the Frenzy, the mini-documentary is produced by ID Africa’s The Bang Studio, and will premiere on Africa Magic.
statement by Njideka Akabogu, Lead Public Relations Officer to the organizers of Big Brother Naija, said the talkie will take observers behind the scenes and reveal some truthiness about the show.

According to her, the talkie will feature some of the most popular housemates the show had ever created including Mercy Eke, Laycon, Nengi, Prince, Alex Asogwa, Bisola Aiyeola, Elozonam, and Ozo.

“ Also making an appearance in the talkie is the show’s ignominious series patron, Kayode, who answers some of the most delicate questions that suckers have asked over the times about the show and camera times for the housemates who have passed through the show.

“ BBN The Fame, the Suckers, the Frenzy tells the in-numerous story of the show and examines its impact through the eyes of applicable stakeholders, with appearances from the hostcrew and organizers of the show which has grown to come the biggest Big Family ballot in the world,” she said.

Femi Falodun, Chief Executive Officer of ID Africa, explained that the show is an African pop- culture miracle, so it’s necessary to tell its story.

“ At ID Africa, we love to tell in-numerous stories and what better story to tell than that of the biggest big family investiture in the history of the ballot.

“ In the lately– concluded season alone, the show recorded over a billion votes from millions of observers, it was also watched in over 30 countries across the globe.

“ I’m thrilled that we get to partake the backstory of how this show is made and how important it changes the lives of the actors,” he said.

Busola Tejumola, Executive Head of Content and West Africa Channels, MultiChoice, said “ The talkie will give suckers an sapience into how important work it takes to deliver the show each time.”