Pere Egbi professionally known as Pere (born 27 June, 1986) in warri, was a Big Brother Naija season 6 housemate, Nurse, actor and model. Pere came into spotlight in 2021 after he made appearance in the popular reality TV show.
He was part is of the housemates at Big Brother Naija season 6 edition, (Shine Ya Eyes). He is quiet, intelligent, vibrant and friendly.He is the firstborn of a two children family. He grew up with his single mother alongside his other sibling.
Pere BBNaija had his primary school education and secondary school education in Warri, his hometown where he had his early years.
He afterwards went to the University of Texas at Arlington, where he graduated with a degree in Nursing. Right now, Pere BBNaija is a certified and professional nurse.
Pere is a trained nurse who spent six years in the United States military before returning to Nigeria to pursue a career in real estate. This energetic 35-year-old also works as a model and actor on the side. He is drawn to high-value items and is inspired by his past.
But according to thecityceleb BBNaija Pere Egbi started his career in Lagos as a newscaster and later went into acting and scriptwriting to advance his career.He as an actor, has featured in the Nigerian popular and award-winning TV series called, Super Story by Wale Adenuga Production.
BBNaija Pere Egbi travelled out of Nigeria to the USA to try something better to widen his opportunity and increase his income. He joined the US Army, and while he was serving, he had a tour in Iraq.
After four (4) years of service in the US Army, he trained and worked as a nurse.BBNaija Pere’s love and passion for acting brought him back to Nigeria after some years of adventure in the United States of America.
The Nigerian television personality, BBNaija Pere Egbi is not married and has flaunted no girlfriend. According to pere in an interview he revealed why he’s scared of relationships
“Being in a relationship with someone who’s got trust issues is a lotta work. They always believe there’s someone else in the picture. You gotta always convince ‘em that the invisible other they think is there, is actually not there. Who wan pay for this kind of work?”