THE CHASE IS ON YA’LL….SEIF KABELELE BLOG FAVORITES CONTESTANTS IN THE BIG BROTHER AFRICA 2013 'THE CHASE' SEASON 8 .....

NANDO from TANZANIA..Describing himself as “young, ambitious, fun and loving”, Nando says he’s never thought about his best quality, but likes people with good personalities. His favorite place in Tanzania is Arusha, and globally, Brazil, because he loves football. He eats everything, likes good music and his favorite TV show is 1000 Ways To Die. His favorite actors are Scarlett Johansson and Martin Lawrence.
Again from TANZANIA is Feza Kessy….Feza is from Arusha and has a certificate in IT. A fan of French fries and Ugali na Maziwa. She loves Big Brother and says that people always do well after appearing on the show, something she feels is vital for her career. She says that if she wins the grand prize, she’ll invest some, take her son to Disneyland and possibly buy a house.
Feza describes herself as “fun, bubbly, loyal, kind and strong” and thinks her best trait is her humility. She enjoys people who are honest, caring and fun, but dislikes those who are liars. She promises viewers “a lot of dance, a bit of noise and lots of laughs too”. She’s hoping to get exposure and growth from her time in the house.Her mom is her role model, whom she cites as “the strongest, most beautiful and humble person I know. She has an older brother and sister, and one younger brother.
YESSSS!!! FROM UGANDA HIS NAME IS DENZEL...Denzel is a radio and TV show host from Kampala. Asked to describe himself in 5 words, he said “I am very eccentric”. He says his best quality is his optimism and he likes a great sense of style and humor and open-mindedness in others. He dislikes negative people and smelly feet.
He entered Big Brother for the money, fame and adventure and ‘could care less’ that Africa will be watching him so closely. “People are always watching me, by virtue of my job,” he says. “In entertainment, you forfeit your right to privacy”. If he wins, he’ll “party”.
He lists himself as his own role model, because of what he has achieved despite what he has gone through. He is the youngest of 4 children and says his proudest achievement is that he makes the world’s best-tasting noodles.
Windhoek-born Dellish is a third year Psychology student with a passion for seafood. She describes herself as “caring, fun, troublesome, loving and adventurous”. Dellish says her best quality is the fact that she’s “very real and straightforward”. She values caring and considerate people and dislikes those who are selfish and lazy.
She entered Big Brother because she’s been a fan of the show for some time and promised herself that she would enter as soon as she was old enough. Dillish says it’s a bit scary to know that Africa will be watching her 24/7, but says she’s excited to share her private life and lifestyle with the continent.
Dellish says the best thing about Africa is the diverse cultures and “our unity”. Her favourite place in Namibia is Swakopmund and says even though she hasn’t travelled much, a trip to Nigeria last year was “the best ever”. Her grandfather is her role model. “He raised my mom and five of his grandchildren – including myself. He is my hero,” she says.

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