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Big Brother Naija 2018 housemates, Cee-c, Rico,
Alex have been disqualified from participating in
Head of House challenge.
They were disqualified for breaking the rules of
Tuesday’s task.
The housemates were given a task on Tuesday
to sit still in little boxes designed for each
person for six hours without coming out or
talking.
While in the boxes, they would think about ideas
and also about their behavior and how to better
themselves, something similar to timeout for the
housemates.
But Cee C, Alex, and Rico did not obey the rules
as they talked freely from the boxes and even
moved from their original station to converge in
the living room.
This made Big Brother to disqualify them from
participating in the Head of House task next
week.

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