While attending the launch of the first edition of East Africa’s reality television show dubbed “Celebrity God Father East Africa” on Monday, March 12, at Sky Lounge in Kampala, project head Sir Allan The Great spoke to this website on what awaits the contestants and what viewers should expect.
The show will have 16 participants from four East African neighboring countries with hosts as Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Rwanda with each being allowed a maximum of four members.During the show the contestants will be locked in a house and given arduous tasks with the public voting to evict them.
“This show is going to be like no other you have been used to”, He began. ” The housemates will take part in a series of entertaining tasks and hidden experiments that will test their assumptions as well as ours, challenge gender stereotypes and reveal tantalizing truths about being a man and a woman in the 21st century”, Sir Allan said.
The show is slated for three months and is set to begin in April until the end of June.