At exactly 7.35pm, Ken of Deloitte and Touché walked in with the envelope with the name of the next housemate leaving the house.
At 8.07pm, Debie-Rise, was called up to the stage as the next housemate to be evicted, making her the third runner-up.
At 8.51pm, the same Deloitte and Touché representative walked into the house with the envelope containing the next of the next evictee.
It turned out to be Tokunbo Idowu, which made her the second runner-up, leaving behind Bisola Aiyeola and Ejeba.
The next agenda was the winner of the One Campaign, which was presented by Hon. Desmond Elliot and One Campaign African head, Sarah Makka.
For projecting the menace of poverty, the advocacy for girl education, the winner was Aiyeola and she will travel to New York to speak to the United Nations Assembly and world leaders on the issue of girl education.
The BBN, is a reality TV show based on the Big Brother television show, in which the 12 contestants lived in an isolated house in South Africa, and competed for the grand prize of N25million and a SUV.