Seyi Awolowo and Kola ‘Omashola’ Oburoh have been evicted from the ongoing Big Brother Naija season four.
The duo became the first set of finalists to leave the house during the finale on Sunday.
Both evicted housemates had been touted by fans as potential winners but fell through and Frodd got the 3rd position as he was later evicted, leaving Mike and Mercy in the top 2 position.
Speaking on stage, Seyi, a creative director, told host, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, that he hopes to continue his work in promoting Nigerian creatives globally.
He also noted that he changed his attitude towards the housemates after the fake eviction because he felt they did not deserve his nice side.
Seyi held the veto power of chance card twice and was a three-time Head of House task winner during his stay in the house.
He made history in the second week when he refused to use his powers to save himself from possible eviction, leading to a fake eviction as punishment from Biggie.
On his part, Omashola was known for his warmth towards other housemates and the ease with which he navigated his relationship with them.
The model and businessman would be missed for his constant chant of ‘Warri’ and ‘Street’. He was also close to being ultimate arena games winner, coming closely after Mike.
The lively housemate had the most talked about diary sessions throughout the season, where he conversed with Biggie mostly in pidgin English.
Chemeke Okoye aka Frodd has been evicted from the ongoing Big Brother Naija season four.
The businessman, who made the top three, was evicted on Sunday during the grand finale.
Known for wearing his heart on his sleeve, Frodd has been described by fans as the real underdog of the season.
He gained fame as the most nominated housemates having been up for possible eviction almost every week.
By the fourth week of the show, most fans of the show believed that Frodd would not make it to the final five.
However, he luckily scaled through by winning the ultimate veto power of chance card, giving him the chance to put other housemates up for eviction.
For his final act as the ultimate chance card holder, Frodd pulled Diane’s name from a hat, in a game of chance, leading to her eviction.
The ex-housemate was never afraid to show emotions, and shared his opinions as bluntly as possible during his stay in the house.
He hopes to expand his business and try his hands on acting, as well as other creative ventures after the show.
Frodd’s eviction leaves Mike Edwards and Mercy Eke as the last two housemates standing.