Bbnaija 2020: Housemates Partake In Task Sponsored By Revolution Plus Properties …Just As Arsenal And Liverpool

Posted On 29 Aug 2020
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Today, Big Brother Naija season 5 Housemates were engrossed in a task sponsored by Revolution Plus Properties and it was a fiercely contested battle.

Just like their sponsors, the Housemates were terrific during the task. It wouldn’t be a task without teams and activities and here is the breakdown of both. The Housemates were split into four groups named after the glittering properties that Revolution has developed, and here is what the teams looked like.


In the sporting world, football teams have been clinching trophies. Arsenal’s conquering over Liverpool in today’s FA Community Shield final is coterminous to Team Hillcrest and Team Victoria’s Court and Garden’s wins.

Team Hillcrest consisted of Dorathy, Ozo, Neo, and Wathoni, Team Victoria’s Court and Garden were made up of Layton, Vee, Tolanibaj and Nengi, Team Flourish Residences consisted of Lucy, Brighto and Prince, while Erica, Kiddwaya and Trikkytee were the members of The Grandeur Group.

The Housemates were given cards bearing the names of the 20 estates owned by Revolution Properties and given 15 minutes to memorise their names and locations. Each team nominated one member as their representative for the crossword puzzle. The representatives were given 60 seconds to find a property name on the puzzle and circle it. Once that was done the team had 10 seconds to name the location of the property. Each team was given four chances to play around, which meant that 16 rounds were played in total.

At the end of the task, Team Hillcrest and Team Victoria’s Court And Garden emerged as the winners. For their winnings, they were rewarded with 1 million naira each.

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Philomena  Ngozi Christopher-Oji was born to the family of the late Michael and Cecilia Ojeogwu of Ubulu-Uku, in Aniocha South Local Government Area, Delta State. She had her primary and secondary education in Nwanoli and Ezemu Girls College, in Ubulu-Uku, before she proceeded to the Delta State University, Abraka, where she studied English and Literary Studies.