Nigerian entertainer Uti Nwachukwu, won the "Big Brother Africa 5: All-Stars" edition, taking home $200,000.
The actor who won the 2010 edition of the reality show, took to his Instagram page to share a throwback photo of himself alongside past contestants of the show.
Nwachukwu who had won $200,000, used the platform to plead with Africa Magic to bring back the reality show on TV.
"Sigghh I miss the show! AFRICA MAGIC bring it baaaack (crying emoji) hehehe#BringBackOurBigBrotherAfrica."
Uti originally participated in the 3rd season of Big Brother Africa and was one of the housemates from previous seasons chosen to enter the Big Brother All Stars house.
After an entertaining 91 days in the house, Uti beat Munya in a final vote of 8 to 7 countries, to win the 5th season.
M-Net CEO, Yolisa Phahle, recently revealed that there are no plans for the hit TV show this year. She revealed this while speaking with Journalists as DStv celebrated Africa Month in May.
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The 2014 edition of the show came to an end when Tanzanian housemate, Idris, beat off strong competition from Nigerian housemate Tayo, to become the number one Hotshot and winner of Big Brother Africa nine.