O'Neal, Motamma are Botswana's BBA house reps

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Dubbed The Chase, reality show Big Brother Africa (BBA) kicked off last Sunday evening after much speculation as to who would be representing Botswana in the BBA house. People's minds were finally put to rest as the housemates were announced.

And how prophetic it has turned out to be as social networks have been abuzz for the past two weeks with O'Neal Madumo's name pitted as the Botswana representative.  Well known through his weekday radio show Zibanani Live that has seen him become a household name, DJ O'Neal  walked the BBA stage and ended the speculation. Before going to the BBA house O'Neal  resigned and bid farewell to his listeners.

He however did not reveal any linkages with BBA. Prior to his departure to the BBA house, the radio personality and TV host had denied through various media that he would be the one representing Botswana. On going into the house the 33-year-old O'Neal  was given a hero's welcome as he was serenaded with a birthday song for his birthday which was the following day on Monday.The other representative Motamma Sesinyi came as a total surprise as she had been a well kept secret. Dressed in a white gown, the overly energetic Sesinyi staged an entrance with the Botswana flag draped over her right arm. Sesinyi is the current Miss Tourism Botswana and was a runner-up in the Miss Universe Botswana pageant last year. At the time of going to the BBA house Sesinyi was pursuing a Masters Degree in Science at Botswana College of Agriculture (BCA).

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