One of the biggest reality TV shows in Nigeria, Big Brother Naija, is set to premiere on Saturday, July 24, 2022 with its seventh season.

the BBNaija season 7 launch will hold for two days, July 23 and 24, 2022, which is not different from the previous season.

All Africa Magic and BBNaija channels on DStv and GOtv are set to air the programme launch, which will involve the introduction of housemates.

The programme premiere will be aired on DStv channels 151, 153, 154, 198, and GOtv channels 2, 6, and 29 by 7:00pm on both days.

While the show will air on the 24-hour channels 198 on DStv and 29 on GOtv, subsequently.

An icing on the cake for the fans across Africa will be an opportunity for them to stream via African online streaming service, Showmax.

Interestingly, media personality, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu is making a return as the host of the show, for this season.

According to the Executive Head, Content and West Africa Channels at MultiChoice Nigeria, Dr Busola Tejumola, while speaking at a media briefing to unveil the new season of the show, the company recorded over 40,000 audition entries for BBNaija this season.

Another exercise which will take place this time is that this season’s housemates will undergo a psychology evaluation before going into the house.

Putting into consideration the deadly pandemic which ravaged the world recently, Tejunmola also revealed that some of the other exciting things to expect are the pre-COVID-19 elements, including the ninjas and the exciting live audience.

On the prizes, this year’s winner will be walking home with a N100m grand prize— a cash prize of N50m and N50m worth of prizes from the sponsors.

As the fans are not left out, 30 fans of the show will win N1m each in the ‘Fave Lock-In’ promo exclusive to DStv and GOtv customers.

The show’s voting style from last year continues as it (voting) will only be on the Big Brother Naija website, mobile site, and the MyDStv and MyGOtv apps for active customers.

The number of votes each subscriber will have will be determined by their subscription packages.