Lilongwe fans of the Big Brother Africa “The Chase” hope for a Malawi win this year0 Comments

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Posted on 28 May 2013 at 7:22pm
Fatima Nkata

Fatima Nkata

Some fans in Lilongwe have expressed satisfaction with this year’s Big Brother Africa (BBA) representatives Natasha Tonthola and Fatima Nkata.

In a random interview with Malawi News Agency (Mana) on Monday, people said they have been waiting for a win since BBA stated in 2006 as they had seen the country’s representatives reaching final whereby by Hazel Warren missed the grand prize by a whisker.

Mathews Banda, a business man, said the country’s representatives are good, saying they can win the ultimate grand prize this year.

“We have seen our representatives reaching finals but it doesn’t do well to us when we see that they have been evicted last minute and they haven’t brought the money home,” Banda said.

He further said this time around he is expecting a win from the representatives as nothing can stop them from doing so.

Sharing the sentiments, Martha Chitongwe said she believed that this year the representatives would bring money home.

“I have been following Fatima Nkata’s prorammes on MBCTV and she is such a person who can make it to the end of the event and bring the money home,” Chitongwe said.

Chitongwe, however, said people in the country need to be sensitized more on the show so that the country’s representatives can survive the eviction.

In an interview with Mana, the sales and marketing manager responsible for (North and Centre) Macronnix Kaulembe said this year’s representatives have all the qualities to win the grand prize, saying they have vast experience on how to entertain people in the house.

“This year’s representatives have all what it takes for winners hence I expect them to do extremely well during this year’s edition,” Kaulembe said.

Kaulembe also urged viewers in the country to keep on voting so that they survive.

For the past editions, Malawi had seen Code Sangala, Mzamose Chibambo, Hazel Warren and Watipatso Kulemeka reaching the final stages of the event respectively.

14 African countries are competiting for $300,000 (about K102 million) cash prizes and the country’s representatives.

By Linda Likomwa