Nigeria’s Karen Wins Big Brother Africa 2011 (Big Brother Amplified)

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Karen Igho, a 27-year-old model from Nigeria, and Wendall Parson, a 23-year-old pilot from Zimbabwe became joint winners of Big Brother Africa 2011 (tagged Big Brother Amplified).
Both winners carted away 200.000 USD in an electrifying finale that featured the likes of Wizkid and Mo’Cheddah.
Nigeria had earlier produced two finalists, Karen and Vina. Vina got no country votes and was the first person to be evicted.
Hanni, Lomwe and Sharon O were then evicted in turn, then Luclay of South Africa was evicted leaving Karen and Wendall as the joint winners of Big Brother Africa 2011.
Karen got the most country votes and was a favourite throughout the length of the show.
The country votes are listed below:
Karen: 6 country votes – Nigeria, Angola, Rest of Africa, Ghana, Mozambique, Tanzania
Wendall: 4 country votes – Zambia, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Kenya
Luclay: 2 country votes – South Africa, Botswana
Lomwe: 1 country vote – Malawi
Sharon O: 1 country vote – Uganda
Hanni: 1 country vote – Ethiopia
Vina: 0 Country Votes

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