Some Christians, apparently concerned about the immoral tone of the Big Brother Nigeria reality TV show, have come up with an alternative show of their own, ‘The Father’s House Reality TV Show’.
According to reports, the show will be relayed on 10 TV stations in Nigeria from March 2022.
The report said it plans to assemble in one big space carefully selected thirteen young professing Christians drawn from different denominations across Nigeria to live and work together for forty days and forty nights.
The organisers, Church Accord for National Development, said it does not promise a N90 million grand prize like BBNaija, but the organisers said the overall winner “will win the Grand and priceless Prize of the ‘Fathers Blessing’ alongside other cash and gift prizes”.
They said the reality show is a God-inspired Faith-based development project.
They added that it is intentionally designed to process the multi-dimensional benefits of redemption into a real-time solution module for Nigeria and Africa at large.
Using a completely new and innovative approach, combining spiritual and socio-economic principles, these thirteen selected young people will project and inject intelligence, integrity and ingenuity into the social fabrics of the viewing society with daily trigger actions that will affect a targeted twenty thousand Nigerian villages.
The registration closes in October, when there will be an online test, while the 13 selected participants, who will be known as housekeepers will be unveiled in January.
The Father’s House will open in March.