Chidzonga said Roki should ensure he stays in the house and leave the rest to the viewers.
“The aim is to stay in the house. Whether you are representing your country well or not is up to the viewers,” he said.
Chidzonga came close to taking home the US$200 000 prize that was up for grabs in 2010 only to come second after having survived eviction nominations for nine times.
During his stay in the house Chidzonga was a straightforward character who did not seem to care what the other housemates thought and said about him.
Roki has taken the same approach presenting a caring and passionate side while not entertaining anyone who crosses his path.
In some instances he has even presented himself as an extremist with his recent nomination of fellow Zimbabwean housemate Maneta Mazanhi for possible eviction.
Meanwhile Downville housemates Ghanaians Keitta and Mildred and Botswana’s Edith and Eve are up for eviction this week.
Viewers can only vote to keep a nominated housemate in the house and not to evict them. To vote, viewers can choose from three options namely via the website, wapsite or sms.
To vote online viewers can log on to www.africamagic.tv/bigbrother register and create a profile. To vote via sms viewers send the word “Vote” followed by the housemate’s name to 33334 for Econet users and 15626 for Netone users.