My worst moment hosting Big Brother Africa ― IK Osakioduwa.
My worst moment hosting Big Brother Africa ― IK Osakioduwa: Facilitating the popular Big Brother Africa unscripted television show from beginning till the time it went off air in 2015, might appear to be a little glimpse of heaven. Yet, for IK Osakioduwa, it was a venturing stone to what he has become throughout everyday life.
The famous live character turned into an easily recognized name in many homes across Africa and past in the wake of facilitating the once greatest unscripted television show in the landmass from 2009. He took over from Kabelo Ngakane, a South African TV host and media character.
The show proceeded to record a critical achievement, placing Osakioduwa in the mainland spotlight. Back home, he became not just the top choice of the fanatics of the show, yet in addition, the most pursued live TV host and occasion compere in Nigeria.
Tragically, the last period of the show was circulated in 2015, with Ace Khumalo and Ntombi Tshabalala arising victors. Also from that point forward, nothing has been known about the show, yet Osakioduwa has kept on causing ripple effects as a quintessential unscripted television have in this area of the planet.
Notwithstanding, sharing his long stretches of involvement facilitating the show, while in a new visit with our columnist, the Edo state-conceived TV moderator said the experience added to his example of overcoming adversity in media outlets.
His words: “Having spent several years hosting the reality TV shows, it’s been quite a humbling experience learning production and what it takes to make a show successful whether it’s Big Brother Africa, The Voice or Nigerian Idol. I have hosted these three reality TV shows. I also have my own Comedy Night show called, ‘Highlight with IK’. You learn so much just by working with people on different platforms about what it takes to make a show successful. Then working with the producers, you also learn what it takes to make the business of showbiz successful. Equally, working with talented people, you also learn what it takes to make you as a talented person successful.
“If I have to say anything about the shows that I have hosted over the years, they added to my journey, not just as a presenter or as an individual. But my journey in the Television or showbiz industry, they added to all of that to make me successful.