Big Brother Naija Season 6 Male Housemates (Pictures And Names)
Big Brother Naija Season 6 has finally arrived. Let’s get to know our Big Brother Naija 2021 housemates. BBNaija Season 6 launches with a double-launch show on Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th July 2021.
Multichoice organizers of BBNaija Season 6 promise that the housemates in this season will be more exciting. Don’t miss out on the drama and suspense. Use our profile guide to learn more about Big Brother Naija 2020 housemates.
Boma, 34 years old, was raised by his single grandmother and mother in Lagos. He described his childhood as “extremely rough” and had to work hard to get through school. As he struggled to make ends meet, the hardest decision he made was to drop out his final year. However, his life reached its peak when he managed to save enough money for film school. His graduation was an even greater achievement.
Boma Akpore describes him as “sexy,” “intelligent, adventurous, strong, and fit” and calls himself “extraordinary”. He is an actor who hustles to make it big, but he also works as a bartender in the evening and a massage therapist during the day.
After experiencing bouts of depression following the breakup of his marriage, and having sustained an injury while playing football, he remains determined to keep his faith and not give up.
Lagos-based Ikechukwu Sunday Cross Okonkwo is an entrepreneur and fitness enthusiast. He describes himself as “a poor boy with a great heart”. Even though he is single, the 30-year-old believes communication is crucial to successful relationships.
Cross is often found on the drum kit, playing a few House tunes, or hyping up on Amapiano. Cross considers himself to be fun-loving. He is spontaneous and a good dancer.
Emmanuel Umoh is the first Nigerian winner of Mister Africa. He hails from Akwa Ibom but currently resides at Port Harcourt in Rivers State. There he runs a gym and a spa.
The 24-year old self-described “risk-taker” loves to travel, make connections with people, and try new and innovative ideas. Emmanuel is a risk taker who believes in making the most of every opportunity. His physical and social assets are what attract him a lot.
He’s single at the moment and calls himself a “sucker of love”. He believes that a healthy relationship is essential for building a fulfilling life.
Jaypaul (29-year-old Nigerian actor and musician) believes the Big Brother Naija House offers the perfect opportunity for him to grow his already successful career in Nigerian music. He describes himself to be “entertaining”, confident and playful, honest, friendly, and trustworthy.
His hobbies include dancing, music making, filmmaking, and cooking. Jaypaul has a great career, but Jaypaul also believes in strong family relationships. Jaypaul regards his roles as a father to an amazing mother, and brother to two incredible sisters as his best. He also considers losing his father to be one of his lowest points in his life.
Paul Ephraim believes he is a catalyst for a chain reaction of positive activities and wants to show this to the world.
Niyi, a 33-year old computer engineer from Oyo State, is the subject of this article. Although he had once been considered for a professional basketball career, he suffered an injury that led to sciatica.
He still has a Dennis Rodman-like sense of humor and loves to work out and play basketball. He is also an avid reader and cook and is open to trying new foods. He enjoys reading, is an aspiring writer, and loves playing card and board games.
Adeniyi Lawai, a husband and father, describes himself as “optimistic and spontaneous” while others describe him to be energetic.
Born in Warri, Delta State, Pere Egbi was raised by a single mother and is the firstborn of two children.
He believes change is the only constant in life and describes himself as “a spontaneous, adventurous person”. Pere is a qualified nurse and served in the United States Military for six years, before coming back to Nigeria to pursue a career in real estate. This vibrant 35-year-old is also a part-time actor and model.
He is attracted to things of high value and is motivated by his past. As an empath, he hopes to use his experiences with pain to help heal others. He enjoys dancing, playing games, writing, bar-hopping and water rafting.
Adeoluwa Okusaga, 28, is originally from Lagos. He currently lives in Port Harcourt and works as an offshore engineer. But he has discovered a new passion: sketch drawing. His hyper-realistic portraits have been a huge hit. After seeing how his work could attract powerful reactions from people, he decided that he would pursue art as a career.
He enjoys drawing and singing as well as dancing and exercising. He has since started an online fitness group that attracts members from all parts of the globe. He loves to laugh with everyone he meets and enjoys sharing jokes. His travels throughout Nigeria have taught him how to relate with people.
He was devastated to learn that his mother, who he calls his best friend, had passed away.
Samuel Jacob Alifa is a 26-year-old amateur filmmaker and final year student at Ahmadu Bello University.
He enjoys storytelling, videography, basketball, eating and hanging out, and describes himself as “tall, handsome and charismatic”. He admits he talks too much at times and sometimes ends up gossiping, because of the “great dialogue” he gets in his day-to-day conversations. That said, Sammie loves meeting new people and believes he has a bright future in filmmaking.
In 2020, he produced his very first short film and now has his sights set on growing his YouTube series and taking his career to the next level.
Multitalented Whitemoney describes him as a open-minded, “jolly good guy” who enjoys having fun. His hobbies include driving and hustling as well as watching movies and creating music.
Hazel Oyeze Onou, a Lagos-based businessman and entrepreneur who is 29 years old, believes that he has a great aura. His “swag” speaks for itself.
His most memorable moment in his life was when he launched his shoe import company. Whitemoney’s down-to-earth, but strategic outlook will help him get far. He hopes to have fun, be exposed, entertain and win the ultimate prize while in Big Brother Naija House.
Medical doctor Yerimene Abraham Saibakumo describes himself as “a perfectionist, creative genius, lover of art and poetic rap music”. He sees himself as a renaissance man who isn’t confined to one profession or career.
The 27-year-old enjoys drawing, playing chess, listening to music, and making it too. He also has plans to write a medical book in the near future. He identifies himself as a fun loving, creative and curious person – and says his curiosity has helped him to garner expert knowledge in many fields, from modelling and digital animation to fashion design.
The high point of Yerins’ life is when he graduated from Medical University in Ukraine and finally got to see his parents for the first time in 9 years.
Yousef, a 29-year old Secondary School Teacher, describes himself as “soft-spoken”, fun-loving and down-to-earth go-getter”. Yousef is a huge foodie and enjoys reading, hiking, traveling, and other sports.
Yusuf Garba is also a model, host and personal trainer and confesses he can’t resist checking himself out in the mirror. Yousef considers winning the Mr. University of Jos title and the Jos Carnival King title as his highest point in life. His lowest point was when his aunt died.