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It could be recalled that Africa Young Voices (AYV), Zedzee Multimedia, Africell and a few other prominent institutions partnered to produce the now widely acclaimed reality TV show “Big Sister Sierra Leone”.

 

The show initially started with twelve female housemates and today eviction is expected to take place and who will go remains a mystery until the ultimate grand finale next Sunday.

 

AYV broadcasts the Big Sister Reality TV Show 24 hours a day on its Channel 34 and the Media Empire has been widely acclaimed for bringing to listeners and viewers the first-ever TV reality show which is very educative, informative and entertaining as well as containing strong language, mature humor and nudity.

 

The show seeks to entertain by exposing real life situations among female housemates and is in no way intended to be an academic contest and neither a beauty pageant.

 

Meanwhile, it should be reiterated that Zainab Sheriff and Ambassador Anthony Navo Junior have provided one of the best and most important platforms for young female Sierra Leoneans to be empowered and emboldened through the Big Sister TV Reality Show and to subsequently play key roles in society and become role models

 

 

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