Reality TV star Mercy Eke, a former Head of House (HoH) in the Big Brother Naija All Stars show, has officially been issued her first strike for continuous violations of house rules despite prior warnings, placing her at risk of disqualification from the show.
This unexpected twist in Mercy Eke’s journey inside the Big Brother Naija All Stars house came after Big Brother took disciplinary actions against housemates Pere and Neo for engaging in silent conversations. This incident serves as a clear warning to all contestants regarding the strict microphone rules enforced by the show’s organizers.
Big Brother’s decision to issue a strike to Mercy Eke is rooted in Article 16, Sub-article 3 of the house rule book. This article explicitly outlines guidelines pertaining to microphone usage that apply to all participants. It emphasizes that consistent or intentional breaches may result in severe consequences, including strikes or expulsion from the house.
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Currently, Mercy Eke is on thin ice with one strike against her. A second strike could spell the end of her journey in the Big Brother Naija All Stars house.
It is important to note that Mercy Eke is not the first contestant to receive strikes during the Big Brother Naija All Stars show. Previous contestants like Ilebaye have accumulated two strikes, while Ceec and Ike each received one strike before their eventual eviction. Soma, another former housemate, also received a strike for harassing Angel and making an offensive gesture toward the camera.
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