#BBNaija: Rift Build Among Housemates, As Permission To Conspire Is Granted

Housemates in the ongoing BB Naija reality show have been given the freedom to conspire and discuss who they would put up for possible eviction this week following latest twist by Big Brother. But since then a rift has been created in the house.

On Monday morning, the main alliance in the house which comprises Bally, Bisola, Efe and Marvis got together and started discussing openly about which one of them they felt should join Debie-rise and T-boss to complete the three names that would make the nomination list this week.

All members of the ‘clique’ nominated Bisola. But she quickly protested and asked Bally “My tiki Bally! Why you go send me to battle?” He re-assured her that he would never send her to go do something she couldn’t accomplish.

Efe out-rightly refused to take the fall, arguing that he had been “taking the load” since the beginning and that TBoss and Debie-Rise were definitely going to nominate him, so there was no need compounding his woes.

Arguments ensued and later died down as the four finally agreed Bisola should take the nomination bullet for the ‘clique’ thereby drawing the battle line between four against two in the house.

It was a clear confirmation of their allegiance to one another and clearly observed by Debie-Rise and TBoss.

It could be recalled that both of them have been saying that a cabal exists in the house and that they are not pleased about the plot twist, with Debie-rise arguing that they don’t have to conspire just because they have been given permission to.

However, Bally is someone who has voted strategically from day one and had made it known too.

All Debie-Rise and T-boss would need to do is convince him that he should nominate the biggest threat in the House, instead of voting according to the allegiance which would help his chances in the final week. Lamenting won’t help their case. This week is all about playing the game or getting played.

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