Mumba Believes Cleo Is Surviving Eviction
It might just be true that Zambia’s Cleo is somewhat living a life of uncertainty with less direction after the departure of her love Hakeem, thereby affecting her game negatively.
But former Big Brother housemate Mumba, who was in the sixth season theme ‘Big Brother Amplified’ believes that the Zambian diva is playing the game very smartly even after the departure of Hakeem.
Mumba says Cleo is playing a real game by being herself and not following the wind anyhow thereby making her chances of staying long in the house high.
She says people may have their different perception on how the Zambians are playing their game in the house but the fact remains that both Cleo and Sulu are playing the chase very well.
“In my own opinion, I believe Cleo is being herself and playing the game very well, same with Sulu, I believe if they are just being themselves which is very good for the game. I believe Cleo is not going anywhere this Sunday,” says Mumba.
But Mercy Mulimba a Lusaka based religious Big Brother enthusiast still stands her grounds that the Zambian diva’s chances are very slim come this Sunday.
She says the Diamond house has just misdirected her game plan and she cannot just possibly stand with Natasha and Pokello.
Talking of Melvin, he has already won Africa’s heart when he didn’t use the prerogative of the head of house to save himself but preferred the nominee list that had his name on stands. Mercy believes the weakest contenders in this group of nominees are Zambia’s Cleo and Kenya’s Annabel.
“The only person who could beat the competition of the current nominees is Sulu because he has surely been himself ever since the game started. As for Cleo, we should just forget. She messed up when she went to the Diamond house,” says mercy.
Well, everyone has a different opinion and that is what makes the game even sweeter, with lots of suspense, drama intrigue and surprises.
But only one thing is for sure; two housemates will be leaving the Big Brother House this Sunday but we can only speculate who the two will be.
This week Zambia’s Cleo together with Malawi’s Natasha, Zimbabwe’s Pokello, Nigeria’s Melvin Kenya’s Annabel, and Ghana’s Sally face the African jury that will determine who leaves the dramatic house and who continues with the chase.
One thing though that is encouraging to the Zambian viewership is that it seems three names receiving more positive messages of of good will are prominent on the strap.
The four names are Nigeria’s Melvin, Malawi’s Natasha, Zimbabwe’s Pokello and Zambia’s Cleo. Does this translate in to a possible save for the Zambian diva? The true picture will only be revealed on Sunday when the full of life show host IK will take to the stage to announce the next set of evictees.
Now, there is something about Tanzania’s diva Feza. There has been a history in the house that whoever Feza says should go, goes.
This happened on three occasions when she saved as head of house and has the prerogative of saving and replacing housemates.
History has it that whoever she puts on the copping block would surely face the boot and that is what is worrying most Zambian enthusiast who are solemnly behind Cleo.
They feel Faza’s nomination for Cleo might just mark the end of the road for Cleo. We will see if this Feza magical mouth is for real this Sunday as she told told Big Brother that she wanted Cleo out because she has a similar personality with her and she cant stand it.
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