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CCBNaija Episode 2 Begins



Episode 2 of the wavemaking new television reality show, “CelebrityComeBuild” aka CCBNaija has begun.

This is the episode, where the ULDA executive site supervision starts.

ULDA is Ultra Direct Academia Ltd (ULDA), the parent company of ULDA Media Ltd, the brain behind the show.

It’s the beginning of an EDUTAINMENT course that anyone aspiring to get into real estate development, those already in real estate development, supervisory and management level officers of varied formal and informal institutions (financiers, cooperatives, mortgage/banks, building materials’ dealers, construction services agencies and companies, etc) should lightheartedly follow to-whilst being entertained-understand the operational workings of an average construction site.

It is tagged; #ccbnaija #celebritycomebuild #celebrities #construction #sitesupervision.

CBNaija, which has been gaining wide acceptance in the social media, began broadcasts on Saturday, 15th of May 2021, transmitting from six national and Europe based cable television channels.

Twelve Nigerians, Ghanaians and South Africans showbiz and entertainment celebrities are involved in the first-of-its-kind reality TV programme, camped in the setting of a building and construction classroom and participating on a construction site, to build two luxury 3-bedroom bungalows worth about $38,000 (thirty eight thousand US Dollars) each.

One of the bungalows, when completed, will be won by a lucky fan of the show with consolation prizes for other viewers.

CCBNaija is currently running on DSTV 408 at 5.30pm; GOTV 108 at 8.30pm, and STARTIMES DTT 100 or DTH200 at 7.00pm (across Africa).

In Europe, viewers can see it on AVO.TV Channel 88 at 7pm Nigerian time; BEN TV London on SKY Channel 195 at 8.30pm Nigerian time, and on all social medias at 8pm local time, including at, @ccbnaija on youtube, @ccbnaija on instagram, @ccbnaija on facebook, @ccbnaija on twitter.

Mr. Gbola Oba, the CEO of ULDA said that the idea of the reality television show was conceived to encourage the youths’ interest in acquiring building and construction skills.

Oba stated that ten years ago, whilst he wanted to do a TV documentary on a returnee automotive expert, Kunle Shonaike, he encouraged him to start a training institute to replicate himself in the nation’s unemployed, underemployed and unemployable youths.

He added that, when the ULDA Training Institute was established in November 2017, the aim was to provide trainings for the youths in the basics of the construction industry; essentially, in brick layering, domestic plumbering, construction carpentry and still fixing.

The reality TV show, he said, was designed to allow eminent personalities in the Nigerian and African housing industry visit the celebrity contestants once a week, speak on important housing empowerment subjects, mentoring viewers on how as individuals but, importantly, as groups of cooperators and collaborators, they can own their own homes.

Also, every week of the 12-week show, daily, 30-minute broadcast, lots of viewers will win corporate giveaways like return tickets to Dubai, building materials and cash prizes, for answering basic construction or celebrities-related questions and voting for celebrities of your choice.

This innovative media project (if it gets just 15%-fifteen percent-of the last @bbnaija revenue of N10 billion), Gbola Oba said, was conceptualised to deliver 2500 units of social housing of 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom and 3-bedroom at N3m, N4m and N5m respectively to Nigerians over a period of 3 years.


Meet the contestants



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