‘D MAMI NA POWER’ UP FOR EVICTION

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Big Sister Reality TV show is in its seventh week and it is getting trendy day by day.  29 contestants finally entered the village out of the 35 that were selected from the top 100. 13 have been evicted so far because of having the least votes per week. One was disqualified for several reasons, including trafficking and smoking weed in the village. She was also accused of throwing herself into the crew to hand herself some form of favour.

There are now fifteen ladies left in the Village contesting for the Le 500,000,000 (Five Hundred Million Leones) prize but more evictions are envisaged as some of them will be shown the exit door this Sunday again. In fact, all fifteen roommates, including the head of the village called ‘D MAMIE NA POWER, are up for eviction.

Djalikatou Oumou Cisse Roommate #12 is now the ‘D MAMIE NA POWER. She was given the title on Sunday 8th November during the eviction night because she was the mother of the Conteh family who won the ‘family challenge week’ and the ‘Jolof’ rice cooking competition.

‘Navarro’ as she is fondly called was sent to the vacation house called Dubai together with three other roommates who are members of her family where they will spend the whole week.

Djalikatou Oumou Cisse roommate #12 is one of only two foreign contestants left in the village as of now; and she is really doing extremely well in terms of behaviour, character, presentation and in other areas as far as the competition is concerned.  She is representing Guinea but her root is from Sierra Leone and that is why fans call her ‘2 SIM.’

Speaking to a member of her management team who is also a movie Director, MOHAMED KARGBO aka Shaggy says Djalikatou is deeply connected to Sierra Leone and spends most of her time in the country as an actress. She has featured in several movies shot in Sierra Leone such as ‘Wrong Mission.’

She had also featured in several Sierra Network Comedy episodes, including the national hit, ‘D Gron Dry’ that initiated a whole TV series titled ‘NOR TO SO E FOR BE’ which is a means of advocating for women. It can be viewed on Sierra Network Production YouTube channel

Lilian Bangura, a family member speaking to SalonJamboree said: “Djalikatou’s parents were from Sierra Leone who fled to Guinea during the ten years’ war period in Sierra Leone.” She said her parents are from Kambia born to Madam Sallay Bangura who died some years back in Guinea. Her father could not be located up till now.

Because of her double heritage, (Partly Sierra Leonean and partly Guinean), fans call her ‘2 SIM’. Her fans hope votes will come from both Guinea and Sierra Leone for her to save her from eviction from the village.

Voting can be done through Orange SIM by texting 12 to 2020. Or you can buy the Big Sister KRATCHA and use it to vote for your favourite roommate using Kings Empire App from Google Play Store.

Djalikatou Oumou Cisse is also calling on the Guinea Embassy in Sierra Leone to step in and give her the necessary support.  Also, the management has joined her plea to the embassy as according to them, they have made attempts over three weeks now and that the embassy promised to call.  Management is still waiting on the call as they are finding it difficult to keep her in the village because voting is all about money.

 

By Ishmael Daddys Bangura

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