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A houssemate is a cowry shell so that the twenty housemates in BBNaija Lockdown house were twenty cowries.
In Yoruba language, 20 is Ogun.
Ẹẹ́rìndínlógún or mẹ́rìndínlógún "sixteen cowries", which means 20 minus 4, is a sixteen cowry system in cowry-shell divination. Native doctors would throw sixteen cowries on a mat or table to visualize people as though the cowry shells are a TV screen and the people are housemates in a Big Brother House.
In Madagascar, 16 is an African magic called Sikidy. The sixteen principal Odu in Ifa are Sikidy, the hexadecimal (hex) used for African programming. Native doctors, such as Babalawo or Dibia, are programmers. Casting spells in Nollywood movies is programming.
Sikidy or Ifa or mẹ́rìndínlógún is a base 16 numerical system formed by two intersecting equilateral triangles, each equal to ten dots. Ogun (20) is the sum of dots in the two triangles.
The twenty housemates were Ogun outside the Big Brother House and mẹ́rìndínlógún inside the BBNaija house, because the lockdown house was their place of intersection.
TV audience watching the housemates on their TV screens were akin to native doctors and their clients visualizing people on sixteen cowries tossed on a mat or ikin seed thrown on an Opon Ifa divination tray.