Day 24: Biggie asks Level 2 Housemates for their definition of Afrofuturism
Today was the day for the Level 2 Housemates’ diary sessions. Big Brother, who seemed to be in a conversational mood, requested each of the nine Housemates to comment on their understanding of Afrofuturism in keeping with this week’s wager task.
As most Housemates told Biggie that they would win this week’s Wager just as they did last week, the underlying vibe was one of confidence.
Chizzy described Afrofuturism as a strategy for using technology to advance the continent during his diary session.
The Level 2 Rider expressed his opinion that if Africa’s natural riches are used well, the continent would have a bright future.
Chizzy was certain that his housemates could implement their brilliant ideas for the task, but he was worried since they had misplaced the notebook in which they had made their notes.
In response to Biggie’s question, Groovy said that before the Wager Task brief, he had never heard the term “Afrofuturism.”
In an effort to explain what it signifies, he claimed that he believes it has to do with the development of technology and the arts in Africa.
Afrofuturism, according to Groovy, is a way to use technology to expand certain economic areas.
Afrofuturism, according to Phyna, is the development of technological innovations with an African influence for application in the future.
Based on the advances Africans are now making, she said, Africa has the potential to become the world’s most vital content in the future.
Phyna also expressed to Big Brother Chizzy’s worries over the lost notepad.
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Beyond the romantic gesture he shared with Biggie about Modella, Bryann was the next person to speak in the diary room.
He said that Afrofuturism is about integrating African tradition with technology.
Bryann said that he imagined a more technologically advanced and water-cleaner Africa.
Modella described the idea behind the weekly wager task as a blending of cultures with the advancement of Africa’s future.
Modella predicted that the subject will bring attention to Africa and that the continent would prosper in the future.
She further said that since we are intelligent, she saw America in Africa. “Africa’s future is promising,” said Modella.
When Big Brother questioned Kess about what Afrofuturism meant to him, he said that it is using technology to help solve African problems.
The sky is the limit for the continent, he said, and he believes that Africa is the real thing.
According to Pharmsavi, Afrofuturism is a technology that will benefit the future and contains African elements.
He remarked that he sees a moment when Africa would have surpassed the rest of the world in creating technology that will address world problems.
Pharmsavi reassured Biggie that the Weekly Wager Task preparations for him and his other Housemate are going nicely.
Afrofuturism, according to Amaka, is the incorporation of African knowledge into technology that may benefit African nations in the future.
She clarified that this is what her other housemates also took the phrase to imply and that they are making an effort to come up with some suggestions.
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Daniella, who like Groovy acknowledged that she was unfamiliar with the phrase, shared Amaka’s perception of it.
According to her, Afrofuturism refers to the advancement of current technology for Africans to a sophisticated level.
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