Moja Love’s Uyajola 99, will soon return to our television screens with its sixth season. To think that the first episode of the reality show aired back in May 2019. Time surely flies while you are catching cheaters.
After the announcement that the show would be returning, fans of the reality show that exposes cheater, took to social media to celebrate its return. But what many did not expect was the changes that are set to take place on the sixth season.
Uyajola 99, announced that the show will now be airing live. This comes after accusations that the show is scripted and hires actors to play as if they were being cheated on.
So the shows producer decided to bring it back with a new twist, to prove the authenticity of the show.
So from the first episode of season 6, the show and the host Jub Jub will be airing live. DSTV Channel Moja Love made the announcement on their official Twitter and Instagram pages.
This means fans will now be reacting and interacting with the show live on a weekly basis, nothing will be pre-recorded or edited out, the cameras will just be rolling.
Uyajola 99, is also calling out all those who may suspect that their partners are cheating, to submit their claims via their WhatsApp numbers.
“Suspect your partner is cheating? Then guess what #Uyajola99 is coming back to your screens and this time will be coming to you LIVE” said Moja Love.
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