After four weeks of stay in the House ,Two housemate has been evicted from the housemate salone season 3 the game get yagba reality tv show on sunday 19 June 2022
Munah Mimi Zayat and Mitchell Abdul Koroma [M-Posh] has on Sunday been evicted from the Housemates Salone Season 3 reality television show.
Six housemates who recorded the lowest votes this week were Juliana Conteh, Nohmi George, Francis Mo Conteh [Karafilo], Mimi Zayat, Aminata Mansaray [Nata] and Mitchell Abdul Koroma [M-Posh]
Almon sall, Yeanie Sundufu, LoLo Simeon and Alice Kangai were the first to be saved for the day. Thereafter, Patricia Rose Tucker, Abdul Alhadi, George Taylor and Paul Mbayoh were also saved.
Patricia Will and Franklyn Gibson were last week evicted from the reality show, The organizers further announced that all remaining 16bHousemates will be up for eviction for next week with two leaving the Big House. However, in the course of the week, Osman Bendu and Augusta Yongai won the power couple and were saved from eviction.
Housemates Salone Season 3 is produced by Africell and AYV TV, and it is about entertainment, fun, competition, games and exposure crowned with BIG WINS.
The show commenced on the 22nd May 2022 The show commenced on the 22nd May 2022 with 22 contestants made it to the Big House. The contestants are living together in an isolated house with no connection to outside world and viewed live on AYV Entertainment Channels 34 & 33 and on DSTV Channel 399, and online Streaming (social media, YouTube) for 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Housemates Salone Season 3 was created with the slogan “Di Game Get Yagba, If You Nor Able Na for Pull Hand.”
What is in store for the Housemate that will emerge as the ultimate winner of the competition is a Star Prize of Two Hundred and Fifty Million Leones (Le 250M) plus a round trip to Dubai.
Also, one of the sponsors of the Reality TV Show, Zarlux Car Rental, has revealed that a brand new car will be given to the winner of the Zarlux Car Rental task that will be performed by the Housemates in the House during the course of the show.
Members of the public should know that their votes do matter and as a result they must step up the pace at which they are voting for their favourite Housemates as the show progresses