Evicted Big Brother Naija Housemate, Tony Commends Heritage Bank for Promoting Culture
Most recent evicted housemates at the ongoing Big Brother Naija reality TV show, Offiong Edet Anthony (Thin Tall Tony), visited Heritage Bank Corporate Communication office in Lagos over the weekend.
Thin Tall Tony as he is famously addressed and Omobolaji Mogaji, Media Sales Executives at Multichoice stormed the bank’s office in Victoria Island where Fela Ibidapo, Group Head, Corporate Communications, Heritage Bank Plc and his team welcomed them.
The tall lanky light skinned Tony was evicted penultimate Sunday after spending eight weeks in the house, thus becoming the seventh housemate to be evicted. Speaking with the Heritage Bank’s Corporate Communications team, TTT explained that one of the memorable experience in the house were the tasks helped him deal with isolation, which moulded him to have some kind of focus.
According to him, he had no strategy going into the house. TTT expressed his appreciation to Heritage Bank’s support, especially the improvisation of the fake wedding which promoted true Nigerian culture and heritage to the world.
This feat was executed by tasking housemates to find a common ground by drawing from and blending their different, unique personalities and cultural backgrounds to create the perfect Big Brother Nigerian wedding.
With his eviction, Tony noted that he was not desperate to win the N25million cash prize but intend to use the platform as a ladder to achieving his dreams.
He wished one of the housemate, Bisola to emerge as the winner of the cash prize, considering how talented she is imbued. According to him, the prize would aid her harness her talent and skills in the entertainment world. As a housemate he had stirred several buzzes in social media over his romantic relationship that went soar with Bisola after the sarcastic remarks of her facial looks.
Big Brother Naija reality show is aired 24/7 in 45 countries from Nigeria through East, West and Southern Africa on DStv channel 198 and GOtv channel 29. It would be recalled that Heritage is a proud sponsor of the live reality show currently going in South Africa.