Big Brother Naija, BBNaija housemate, Nini has left the Big Brother house to begin the secret task she was given on Tuesday.
Recall that Biggie during a diary session told Nini to use a secret emergency exit upstairs and leave the house for 24 hours.
She was instructed to keep the secret and not disclose it to anyone.
Biggie gave her the task after Nini broke down in tears and complained about being exhausted.
Following the development, Nini was on Tuesday night whisked out to a secret room.
Nini was provided with a bed, TV where she can view what’s happening in the house and a restroom in her new room.
She was also seen dancing around in happiness while taking a tour around her new space.
Sex tape: Nobody is holy, even Tiwa Savage – Reality Tv star, Ka3na
Reality Tv star, Ka3na Jones has opined that nobody no matter how perfect their life seem to be, is holier than another.
Ka3na made this known in a post via her Instagram account while reacting to the recently released alleged sex tape of Nigerian singer, Tiwa Savage and her boyfriend.
She further noted that nobody is perfect, be it man or woman, adding that the difference is that some are been captured on camera while some do theirs behind the scenes.
“I hope y’all have seen that nobody is holier than another.
“Be It African bad girl or Big Brother Naija housemates. A woman is a woman; the difference is that some people’s dirty doings haven’t been captured on camera. Nobody holy pass,” she wrote.
Recall that ka3na was criticized and dragged online after she had sex with Praise while at the Big Brother house.
She also claimed that Praise didn’t even last for 5 seconds after things turned sour between them.
Don’t give policemen your money – Ruggedman
Veteran rapper, Michael Ugochukwu, popularly known as Ruggedman, has told Nigerians not to give any money to police officers on the street.
Ruggedman said this while lamenting how police officers maltreat innocent Nigerians.
The 45-year-old rapper vowed that he will never give any policeman one kobo.
He urged Nigerians to update their vehicle documents in order not to have reasons to give policemen money.
On his Instagram page, Ruggedman wrote: “One kobo of my money will never touch the hand of any police officer because of how they have been treating innocent Nigerians over the years.
“Nigerians with cars get your vehicle documents updated, do not give any Nigerian police officer you come across on the street one kobo.”
This is coming at a time where Nigerians witnessed an Uber driver being manhandled by police officers at Lekki Toll gate for the End SARS memorial.
The victim was wounded while resisting security agents who tried to force him into a waiting Black Maria.
End SARS: We’ll ensure arrested protesters’ release – Falz
Nigerian singer, Folarin Falana, aka Falz, has said that he and his team will ensure the timely release of everyone arrested during the End SARS memorial protest at Lekki tollgate on Wednesday.
Nigerians across the country trooped out en mass to mark one year of the End SARS protests that claimed the lives of many Nigerians.
Falz and the rest of the protesters chose to remain in their cars as they drove around the tollgate.
Unfortunately, some lone protesters, a cab driver and a journalist were arrested at the tollgate by police operatives.
In a video that has gone viral on the internet, police operatives were seen manhandling some protesters.
Reacting, Falz, in a live video via Instagram, revealed that they will ensure that everyone arrested will be released.
“I want to thank everyone that came out today. I was very surprised by the crowd that turned up.
“However, we heard some people have been arrested and we will ensure their timely release,” he said.
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