Two Zambians win BBA voting competition

THE M-net Africa’s biggest reality show Big Brother Africa that took an Amplified version in its sixth season on Monday added a big smile on a Lusaka resident’s face after winning himself a Samsung camcorder at a time he wanted it most.

Misheck Shakemba, 32, of Chilanga said he was grateful to his fiancée Nyangu Bwalya who encouraged him to take part in the voting competition while saving his favourite contenders to stay on the show.

He said as a man he never had it on the back of his mind that such a prize would come his way after voting for his favourite contestants in the amplified version of Big Brother reality show though he said he took his fiancée’s advise seriously and voted countless times.

“I feel so happy to have won this camcorder, it’s actually come at a right time because I will use it for my wedding in April next year, ” he said.
Misheck said he had realised that the competition was real and encouraged male Zambians to participate as he had observed that such competitions were common among the female folk.
And the other winner was Emelia Chushi of Chipata who went home smiling with an advanced DStv HD PVR decoder.

She said while it was fun participating in the BBA Amplified competition, it had added more value to her life and family.
Marlon Kananda, MultiChoice Zambia public relations manager expressed joy that the duo won the competition and can only call on all DStv subscribers to take part in the DStv competitions that are targeted at the African audience.
He says there are a lot of competitions on offer on the DStv website of targeted at African subscribers.

“We also have a local show that we post on face book and it does not just end there because we also have smaller competitions that we run through the print media like The Times of Zambia. We also have some Radio shows all aimed at our local subscribers,” he said.


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