The both housemates were evicted on Sunday night after polling the lowest votes in the 9th week by the show host, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, who announced their eviction.
The two housemates alongside Laycon and Dorathy were put up for eviction last Monday after the “Head of House” games.
The housemates, apart from Nengi, the “head of house”, were divided into two groups – the black group, and the white group – and were made to cross nominate four housemates to be put up for possible eviction.
Speaking with Ebuka after his eviction, Ozo reiterated that the emotions he felt for fellow housemate, Nengi, were genuine and he already found everything he wanted in a woman.
The 28-year-old said he was not afraid to pursue what he felt for her even if some people may have described him as a “mumu”.
”I know people may see me as a dummy dummy but when you meet one person in your life and you really want to be with her, you never give up,” Ozo said.
Speaking of his plans going forward, he said he would love to continue his work in the area of sports development in Nigeria as well as talent identification and job creation for the youth.
Ozo also gave a shout out to his family for their continuous love and support as well as the organisers of the show.
With just about a few days to the show’s finale, the suspense over who would make it to the finals and who would win the season has reached fever pitch.
The eviction leaves five housemates, Nengi, Laycon, Vee and Neo to compete for the N85 million grand prize next week.
This makes them the top five housemates with automatic places at the grand finale next weekend, where one finalist will be crowned the winner of the fifth edition of the reality show.
KanyiDaily had reported how Imo State Government concluded plans to spend millions of naira in its bid to draw support for Ozo to win the Big Brother Naija Lockdown reality show.