Anto’s eviction came after Ebuka announced that viewers at home, now have the power to bring back two housemates evicted from the show, including. Big Brother Naija housemate, Anto has been evicted from the reality show, following her nomination for possible eviction alongside 6 other housemates.
Anto’s eviction came after Ebuka announced that viewers at home, now have the power to bring back two housemates evicted from the show, including those evicted today.
Also on the show today, Tobi who won the Nokia challenge with Rico Swavey, got close to being disqualified from the show but was issued his second strike instead. Tobi had ignored Biggie’s call to the diary room, and was also linked to a conspiracy in the house when he told fellow housemates, Anto and Lolu to vote out his drama queen housemate, Cee-C. On the other hand for winning the Nokia Challenege, Rico and Tobi will be getting #1million each and new phones from Nokia.
Anto was born and raised in the United States, which makes her a US Citizen by birth. The beautiful lady relocated to Nigeria to complete her NYSC service in Lagos. She believes she has the calling to use her voice and experience to champion for Nigeria globally.
Before Anto was admitted into the Big Brother Naija house, she was working as the Head of Operations, Continental Basketball League.
She admitted that she is not skilled in anything and does not consider herself to be talented in any way. As a lady that grew up along the Atlantic coast, Anto loves going to the beach, dancing and cooking. She also believes in her freedom of expression and also believe every individual should have the right to wear whatever pleases them.
When she was asked about what irritates her about other people, she replied saying:
I don’t like laziness, people come to work and don’t want to work, people who just gist all the time
She was then asked what is the new thing that she would be bringing into the Big Brother Naija house. She replied saying she intends to bring in the whole American thingy into the house, and a different perspective as a person with a 9 to 5 job experience.