Big Brother Titans runner-up, Kalo Emmanuel Eme Kanaga aka Kanaga Jnr, has said he did not go into the reality show with a game plan.
The Abia state indigene said that when he was informed that he’s among the lucky contestants, his goal was to spend just two weeks in the house and promote himself.
South African journalist, Makhosazane Twala, popularly known as Khosi Twala won the show and clinched the grand prize of $100,000.
On coming second, Kanaga said din an interview that it was a huge shock as he never anticipated to stay that long in the house because he had no strategy.
The actor, however said the experience he had while in the Big Brother house was a rare and unique opportunity which he has still not gotten over.
According to Kanga Jnr, he auditioned several times for the Nigerian version, Big Brother Naija and was rejected several times until he finally got selected for BBTitans.
“It’s been nothing but joy for me. I’m truly happy, thankful, and grateful for the opportunity. In truth, I’m still coming to grasp with my new reality.”
“I still don’t know I spent 11 weeks on the show; my plan was at most two weeks. Getting to the final and coming as the first runner-up is nothing but grace, which I am truly grateful for.
“I am not sure what got me this far because, in truth, I didn’t really have a game plan going into the house. But I think my confidence helped, my energy at the Saturday night party, and my being myself.
“I love inspiring people. I am not saying I am some kind of motivational speaker of some sort, but I know I love to inspire people, and it won’t stop in the house. I think this helped me during my stay in Biggie’s house”, he said.