As usual, this week, the head-of-house games were played in pairs, with a little twist. At the end of the challenge, Thabang And Nana emerged winners.
The head of house challenge was played in three rounds; the first was a game of ‘move the most legos’. The representatives were asked to move a piece of legos block, with a chop stick, from one end to the other. Only the representatives with the highest blocks moved, advanced to the round.
At the end of the first round, last week head- of- house, Tsatsii was asked to count the number of blocks moved.
The result read:
Kanaga jr- 9
At the end of the count, Blaqboi and Kanaga Jr got the least blocks moved, and so they were disqualified.
The second round was a game of throw, each pair representative, was given 25 blocks to throw into a fish net, the two pairs with the highest throws advanced to the final round.
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Juciy Jay- 7
At the end of the second round, Juicy Jay and Olivia (Juivola) and Thabang and Nana (Thabana) got the highest blocks, securing their pairs a spot in the qualifying round. Marvin and Yemi Cregx, however, stepped on the line, and were disqualified.
In the third and final round of the head of house challenge, the top two pairs, Juivola and Thabana were asked to form groups of words, with a maximum of eight letters each. Each letter, carried one point and would make up the total number of points.
Creating the most words and having the highest points, Thabang And Nana ‘Thabana’ created the highest numbers of words making them this week’s Head-Of- House.
Recall that last week, the Royals ‘Couple’ emerged the head of house pair. In the third and final round of the head of house challenge, the top two pairs, Royals and Maya were tasked to pick numbers from a bag and arrange them in ascending order, from 1-25. Finishing the fastest, the Royals (Ebubu and Tsatsii) emerged the new head of house.
Blaqleng and Kaniva were named Tails of House.
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