A Nigerian medical doctor and research scientist, Dr. Uju,  living abroad has come out open to blast the current reality TV show going viral... Nigerian Medical Doctor Blasts Reality TV Show, Big Brother Naija (A Must Read)

A Nigerian medical doctor and research scientist, Dr. Uju,  living abroad has come out open to blast the current reality TV show going viral in the country, Big Brother Naija. According to her post on Facebook, apart from the mouth watering profit the companies sponsoring it stands to get, the said TV reality show has no single positive impact on the Nigerian citizens neither does it have on it’s dwindling economy.

Read all she wrote below…. quite interesting.

A Nigerian Medical Doctor Blasts Reality TV Show Big Brother Naija

“Thirteen years ago, I was at home doing what I cannot remember when my friend Uzochi knocked our door.
With her was a middle-aged man I had never met in my life.
Swinging the door open, I was beyond surprised.
Uzo was in her school uniform while the man wore an admiring smile on the corners of his lips.
I let them in, while my eyes asked Uzo all the thousands of questions that rushed into my mind within those minutes.
“Why weren’t you in school, today?” The man asked.
“We are not doing anything in school except our NECO registration and I did mine yesterday.” I nervously answered.
“But, you should have been in school.” he said. “Go in, put on something better. You are following me to the ministry of education.” he said matter-of-factly.
I panicked.
Slowly moving towards the door leading into the rest of the house, I dragged Uzo into the children’s bedroom.
“Uzo, onye wu nwoke ahu? Who is that man? Why do they want me at the ministry?” The questions rolled themselves out.
“Amaghi m. I don’t know him. He came to school with an official car from the ministry looking for you. Since you weren’t in school, teachers asked who knew your house. So, I had to bring him.”
I rushed out to the balcony to see for myself.
Parked outside was a car whose brand I can’t remember. “Ministry of education” was inscribed on it. A driver was waiting patiently.
“Confy, stop all this panic. It must be a good thing. Just follow him.” Uzo assured.

I did. And it turned out that I was being invited to an award ceremony: Best Math Student in the state.
All assessments had been concluded without my knowledge and I had been chosen.
But the awarder was who tugged on my heart strings.
He was a man I would refer to as Mr A, a corper.
“I won this award while I was in secondary school.” he said at the award ceremony, couple of days later. “So, I wanted to recognise the student who has distinguished themselves in this subject I love very much.”
You can imagine how my Mummy, a Math teacher was swelling with pride on that day.
Ndi Nne Maama!😄 
The money and the certificate I received from Mr A did very little for my spirit compared to what his gesture did.
His passion, his dream, his goals for a better country made a much deeper mark on my life.
Those books he donated to the ministry, his corper friends who came with him, their obvious dedication to his cause were all too evident.
Which brings me to my wahala for today.
Ladies and gentlemen of my country, what on God’s green earth is the positive impact of Big Brother Nigeria on our nation?
Apart from the loads of cash the sponsoring companies would make from your voting and all the other associated monies that would do next to nothing to develop our country, WHAT ELSE?
When you get up from watching that load of nonsense, how motivated are you to do something for your country?
Even if we want to copy from Bekee, like the copy cats we are, why can’t we copy the good things, bikonu?
Why can’t we sustain Dragon’s den, where people like Madam Folorunsho Alakija, Madam Ibukun Awosika, Oga Aliko Dangote, Oga Femi Adenuga and others, would be invited to invest in the potentialities of our youths?
Where you would learn how to conceive and pitch your business ideas before men and women that matter, all on National TV?
Why did it leave our screens after a brief appearance in 2008?
Why can’t we copy The Apprentice, where a man like Oga Femi Otedola would organise a twelve week-long gruelling business selection process to educate, motivate and inspire our youths on entrepreneurship and business development, all on National TV?
Why can’t we copy and sustain the right things, biko?
With the burden of HIV on the continent, we are still content to advertise fornication and adultery on our screens?
What is wrong with us?
Oo gini bu our problem?
A country is in recession and continues to wallow in it, while we fold our arms, waiting for oil prices to rise and save us from the mess we are in, and rubbish is being put before our faces and our youths are not angry?
There’s a merciless food crisis raging through the country. Malaria is still on a killing spree. GMO products are trying hard to make their way into our food chain. Youth unemployment is still a cackling monster, road accidents are happening as I write this, and we aren’t angry at this useless thing on our screens?
Biko, if you are not angry and you see no reasons to be, I will not ask for your permission to be angry on your behalf.😡😡
Meanwhile, Thank God for men like Tony Elumelu, who has been inviting African youths to come get investments for their businesses.
We need more men and women to do what he is doing.
Hear me, friends.
Until programmes championing economic development make it to main stream media, until we agree to sustain programmes like The Apprentice and Dragon’s den and make them huge things on our screens, until we bring back The Debaters, Zain Africa Challenge and the likes of them, making the winners get the millions of Naira we are currently dishing out to these morally bankrupt folks on BB Naija, until we stop glamourising loads of rubbish, we would get no where!
Youths in Japan are coding and moving their nation forward, and Nigerian youths are on Facebook debating fornication and nudity.
Indian women are launching rockets into space and Nigerian youths are debating who slept with who.
Shame!
If this post is annoying you, I am getting ready to get into the lab soon, in search of the cure of a currently incurable disease.
Come and beat me there.
Nonsense!”

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  • Mary okonya

    February 18, 2017 #1 Author

    True talk. I wonder what they learn from that rubbish tv show. I can’t imagine wasting my time to watch that!!! So damn annoying

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  • wunmi

    February 18, 2017 #2 Author

    sensible post, when i told my friend that i dont understand what bbn is all about, he said am local. but honestly speaking i dont see any sense in it nd people are still wasting their money to vote.

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    • Uc Arrt

      February 18, 2017 #3 Author

      She’s ironically, the real deal LOCAL. What nonsense

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    • Rebbie

      February 22, 2017 #4 Author

      Same here too.of what benefit is it let’s be frank abt it

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  • Ubong Umoren

    February 18, 2017 #5 Author

    God bless u ma! U have spoken the mind of sensible Nigerian youths! That rubbish insults my sensibilities!!

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  • Lizzy

    February 18, 2017 #6 Author

    Well said!

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  • kachi

    February 19, 2017 #7 Author

    from the inception of big brother Africa, I’ve never seen anything good about it the promote evil and fornication. God should save us.

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  • Jo

    February 19, 2017 #8 Author

    If the Show is lame and it has nothing to offer pls Switch off your TV and stop Posting S**t.

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    • yoo

      February 21, 2017 #9 Author

      Jo…. na God go bless u big time for your comment ….

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  • Jo

    February 19, 2017 #10 Author

    It’s nothing but a game SHOW don’t put Nigeria problem on BBN PLEASE

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    • Olalekan Adio

      February 20, 2017 #11 Author

      So a lame game show as bbn is what we need in naija? You are part of the problem we have in this country. Bitches like u contribute to our social decadence. You dumb f***

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      • Olive

        February 20, 2017 #12 Author

        I totally agree with you that morals are constantly decaying in Nigeria. However, in this comment, there are a few other problems we have – social intolerance, the inability to properly articulate our thoughts and constructively agree or disagree on any particular topic without spewing insults!!!! Please can you explain why she/he has to be a “bitch” because she thinks “bbnaija is just a game show”? How has your insults provide clarity or negate her comment? Or how have you even be able to state any case disagreeing with her comment? You have not been able to!!!! Talking about social decadence, where have you ever learnt that utilising the sort of words you just used in expressing yourself is a sign or decency, at any level?!!!. Please let’s try to stick to the conversation and refrain from insulting people who’s views differ from ours.

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        • Eby

          February 22, 2017 #13 Author

          That is not the type of game we need in Nigeria today. It will only destroy our youths. Better ways of reaching out to the youths like funding their ideas for the growth of the country not glamourising immorality.

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        • simon

          February 23, 2017 #14 Author

          Don’t try to defend calling her a bitch, she started with d foul word and a bad word deserves another. Tho generally our people can’t negate without adding a bit of insult, Dr uju, let’s go there, I av no time for such shows too

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      • Rebbie

        February 22, 2017 #15 Author

        Bitches and dick head niggas here should stop making cases for this clueless game show.like they don’t know

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    • Agbogu

      February 21, 2017 #16 Author

      You are a good son of your father ( Devil) like will always attract like. Immoral person will always attract an immoral person. The post sound irritating to you because you have an immoral life. You can’t love what you hate. Purity will hate immorality.

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  • Smart

    February 19, 2017 #17 Author

    God blex u,we nw live in a society were pple don’t ve fear fr God. Sm fucking Companies won’t promote tins dat will benefit our country or dat will edify d body of christ, wat a pity & dat is y evil is rampant in our society. Rubbish show read gala 5:19-22

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  • Iliromah Ufoma

    February 19, 2017 #18 Author

    God bless you real good for this response of yours. So painful, I must say. We are in serious mess and we know it not. May God help us. Amen

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  • Alagbe Monsurah Abimbola

    February 19, 2017 #19 Author

    Thanks to my heroin…Dr. Oluchi for the courage to at least set our focus back to life saving and moral upgrading programs….like I read somewhere, how on earth can someone in his/her morally right sense sit down to watch such program?? Well, just to show how morally decayed the Country has gone……and all of us should rise up to fight these decadences into extinction and welcome back our high moral values for both our individual and national growth…..

    Once again, God bless you sweet doctor!

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  • Yinka

    February 19, 2017 #20 Author

    So annoying

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  • Yeyen

    February 19, 2017 #21 Author

    I don’t know you but I love you for this post

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  • Kufre

    February 19, 2017 #22 Author

    my dear it’s really appalling wen matured me n women who shuld b married go out n mess themselves, I did watch D shit for one full day n I couldn’t get the idea behind D whole stuff.

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    • Amy

      February 21, 2017 #23 Author

      I love u Dr, lovely write up. Won’t watch it a day

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  • Eteobong Bassey

    February 19, 2017 #24 Author

    Mama thank you, you have spoken. Honestly, there’s no impact of this program in the lives of our youths. So it added no value to our lives. Thank you

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  • Alex

    February 19, 2017 #25 Author

    Nice one

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  • Smi

    February 19, 2017 #26 Author

    its totally iranu (rubbish) and abasha (filth)

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    • Boogie

      February 20, 2017 #27 Author

      Half of you all calling BBN names pls are forcing you to watch IT I don’t get… leave BBN alone. Most u all watch porn etc… some of you are retards .molesters etc. Just shut up. Dont watch. Dr must you tell us your life achievement. And I hope you create a show to help our economy and not just talk for talking seek. Do sometin about it. For BBN fun and dey make me laff and forget about d recession in Nigeria so park well. Who you epp.

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      • Olalekan Adio

        February 20, 2017 #28 Author

        How would u get it when ur brain is filled with shits such as BBN? Such immorality should not thrive in our society but unfortunately no thanks to people like you it is the trending thing… Punk ass idiot, wtf have achieved? Only to learn sex styles I suppose?

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        • Child of God

          February 20, 2017 #29 Author

          boogie i wonder where they gave birth to u. if its not in a boogie house then its definitely in a whore house. please from the thing you said so far, can u tell us all about your achievement if u have one, or r u just a low life , nit wit son of a mamon?

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        • angelmau

          February 21, 2017 #30 Author

          Watching BBN is not helping you but distroying u and your generation. Bcos nothing good u will ever tell them from it. Be careful for those of u watching bbn .

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        • Rebbie

          February 22, 2017 #31 Author

          Bro you dey finish the guy too much too.lwkmd

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      • Agbogu

        February 21, 2017 #32 Author

        You are a good son of your father ( Devil) like will always attract like. Immoral person will always attract an immoral person. The post sound irritating to you because you have an immoral life. You can’t love what you hate. Purity will hate immorality.

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      • Mythology

        March 23, 2017 #33 Author

        Dear Boogie, your grammatical blunders tell it all. I do hope that after the show, your use of English would not be in a worse state than the economy.

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  • Chukwuemeka

    February 19, 2017 #34 Author

    I’m not surprised by the post; our society hasn’t lost and won’t – in any nearest future – loose its moral fortitude. I’m befuddled by the gullibility of those that support it…and to think that it has the imprimatur of our NASS portends a worse danger to our moral compass. #Shameful

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  • xpert

    February 19, 2017 #35 Author

    You haven’t made any point,why dont you invest in the country “Nigeria” instead of criticizing others who are trying in one way or the other by way of youth empowerment/investment ,you want people to hear your noise,incase you have forgotten let me remind you that there are so many programmes on air,nobody is forcing you to watch the bbn rather it’s your choice and stop complaining,invest on the youth and see if others wont emulate you.

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    • donsly

      February 20, 2017 #36 Author

      So after reading the whole article, nothing made sense to you and this is all you have to contribute? You suggest than BBN is a ‘way of youth empowerment/investment’ right? At whose expense? And at what level of collateral damage?

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    • TY

      February 20, 2017 #37 Author

      You are really an Xpert! Xpert in foolishness, just look at your comments again.

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    • TY

      February 25, 2017 #38 Author

      chaii Jesus is Lord…God is indeed great because I never for once had a second thought that people like you still exist. A bigoted minded fool like you calling “bbn” an investment! u pass through school at all so? seriously you need to go check your brain cos its not working as it should. Dr. Uju God bless you for your write ups and good observation. Wetin Naija censor body dey do sef na hin dey run go so! well for those who are in their right senses and have good things to do with their time, its best you forget the existence of BBN and allow those engrossed to keep watching and “smiling” their way out of recession as claimed. after all TV stations plenty for the cable TV….

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  • Chuwkujekwu Okonkwo

    February 19, 2017 #39 Author

    May God bless you Ma, for this wonderful post. Only if we will learn from this. Oh! I really miss Dragons den and zain african challenge.

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  • Pweety_Mhiz_rare

    February 19, 2017 #40 Author

    Dis is the best write up have read about d bbn thou i dnt watch it buh i do see sum rubbish post dt does nt mk sense

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    • Oma

      February 20, 2017 #41 Author

      We r d choices we make… If d private bodies can endorse BBN and call it empowering d youths, they can as well make porno out from it… Cos all I c there is nudity. Nothing any parents would want their child(ren) to learn from. On that day when one meets with his/her creator, I hope they stand bold in front of Him and is able to account for their deeds on earth. Live and lets live

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  • Gaius

    February 19, 2017 #42 Author

    It is not that we are not angry but while many of us are looking for how to change things many others just want it that way so long as it makes them happy.
    It is not just enough to condemn these things because even the people organizing it know it is wrong but they have lost it, they have joined because they feel they can’t beat them.
    God help us

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  • Ngene Ngozi MaryAnn

    February 19, 2017 #43 Author

    thanks so much for this message, if our mothers and youth will understand that educational programs are better for the future of our children

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  • ME

    February 19, 2017 #44 Author

    Very well said.

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  • Henry Isuamara

    February 19, 2017 #45 Author

    God bless you ma. At a point I thought I was the lonely voice in the wilderness. God will surely deliver us from those morally bankrupt fellows.

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  • Success

    February 19, 2017 #46 Author

    Seriously correct.Sitting down to watch that TV programme makes me sick.absolute rubbish.

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  • mike

    February 19, 2017 #47 Author

    our stupidity on big screen , i weep for Nigeria deeply. you are a true mother , please come a be our president

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  • Steve

    February 19, 2017 #48 Author

    Well spoken ma, those that are saying its good, why don’t u send ur girlfriend or boyfriend to that so call BBN, I quess that those doing such rubbish will have to get married someday.
    Rubbish tv show my foot.

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  • Egoism Solomon

    February 19, 2017 #49 Author

    My dear thank u so much it’s an eye sore. I can’t imagine my self watch that. They are just misleading Nigeria n’s.

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  • Anny

    February 19, 2017 #50 Author

    God will continue to bless you and your generation. Amen!!! The truth is,i keep asking myself what positive impact does this bbn trash impact in we the future leaders of our generation?

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  • demmy

    February 19, 2017 #51 Author

    Thank God for people like you who see and speak . i posted exactly same thing on my page last week and i tell you we just need to speak when things are done wrongly, when the oga s at the top are also part of it and enjoying it who really cares . i fear for our children and future copy cat will not kill us

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  • oluyomi

    February 19, 2017 #52 Author

    Thanks o my sister,naso I ask my friend wey dey follow the program that what has he benefitted so far, and what is the essence of the show, naso he tell me say those participant are now nationally recognised, I jst laugh in german, may God open the eyes and inner mind of our youth to things that are more productive.

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  • Ben

    February 19, 2017 #53 Author

    Hello guys, Good evening to you all.. I am not here to support bbnaija or blast the writer of this great post that everyone is yelling wow at.
    But on a second thought, let me take you to think this way..
    Nigeria is messed already, we all know that. Of course attentions are given to where they are not needed . I am a medical lab. Scientist. While in secondary school, that’s like 12 years ago, I used to be a biology freak, in fact, anyone that was in my school then could testify that I was the best. I represented my school in couple of competitions. I was really good and won so many times. In which at the end I get only handshakes or atimes 20000 naira as the price.
    It was good to me then but trust me it was too little a gift to help push my dreams.

    Now let’s go to the entertainment industry, the world is fast moving to entertainment.. you can imagine, a model that wins a pageant show going home with 2-10 million naira, a car or even a house.. project fame for instance which is hosted by mtn … make your researchs and know how the win is been treated. Let me stop listing things before I go off track.

    We all want good lives, the entertainment industry as far as i’m concerned is a better place to be if you are lucky to be met by fame.
    To the writer, ma’am, like I said, I mean no disrespect.. the economy of my country is so bad.. too good for you.. that you are abroad. Maybe you don’t know what it feels like down here. The masses are suffering, we are all hustling to make it. Unlike over there where equal hands are given to every sector.

    Bigbrother naija is not really a nice place to be and has nothing to offer to the economy… the sponsors might be making it big as you said already but let check again.
    Those housemates are made stars after the game, as they become famous afterwards. A winner is going home with 25million naira.. with other good offers. No one would give that to that individual if not for that platform. Life of the winner and the families are made better and easier as they now have money.

    To me, the problem is not Bbnaija or the sponsor. I believe we have varieties in life… and As that, we all venture into things.. different things altogether.
    If you like education, please come back and sponsor student that are in your field.. light back the dying fire in the heart of students. Everybody is looking for the easy way.

    All of this people writing, in condemnation of this particular show, leaves a technology tv channel for an entertainment channel and yet we are yelling!!!

    I don’t support the moves made in condemnation of that show.. not because I like It but because it’s an avenue for stars to be born… if a musician is paid higher than a doctor, what do you think would happen in the future?? Of course you have more people running to music. This same reason was why in the 80s, many people rushed into medical field because they felt that’s promising.

    We should just light back the light in the hearts of students so that more attention would go off entertainment. With that, we can have an equal ground… but if new wizkid, Davido, Beyoncé and etc keeps emerging, then it will be difficult to end this.
    Thanks

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    • Topaz

      February 20, 2017 #54 Author

      Well spoken .

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    • Jack

      February 20, 2017 #55 Author

      Totally understandable bro.
      I didn’t watch bba definitely not gonna watch bbniaja.
      But at least the sponsors are touching lives.
      We should start motivating the brilliant youths with bright ideas or else they’ll still wander to this path.

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      • Pearls

        February 20, 2017 #56 Author

        Really well spoken Ben., @jack, u correct o, it’s the quest for greener pasture that makes the housemates audition for the show o. Every one putting Nigeria’s problem on a TV show, what a shame

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      • Jesuś

        February 20, 2017 #57 Author

        @jack Yea bro ben av said it all

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    • kelse

      February 20, 2017 #58 Author

      Well spoken…… U can’t compare entertainment to education…… Every field with its price

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    • Jesuś

      February 20, 2017 #59 Author

      That’s just it ma brother..thanks u spoke well
      I don’t watch bbn & bba.i spend more time in my art studio n listen to good music ..God help us all

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    • Osondu Nwakanma

      February 20, 2017 #60 Author

      Parents are the problem we are having in Nigeria. Many of our young ones has gone out of the hand of their parents. If every family will monitor their children, Nigeria will emerge great in the fight against the so-called entertainment industries.

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    • Agbogu

      February 21, 2017 #61 Author

      You are a good son of your father ( Devil) like will always attract like. Immoral person will always attract an immoral person. The post sound irritating to you because you have an immoral life. You can’t love what you hate. Purity will hate immorality.

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    • sola

      February 21, 2017 #62 Author

      You highlighted some valid points but let’s look at it crtically. BBN has/will help the few house mates but what value will it create in the hearts of the young ones aspiring to be great someday? That until the go nude on public TV or throw away their sense of decency they can’t make it? I support entertainment but not the extreme ones like this. Because trust me it has a very long lasting impact in minds of the youths. As the bible said “out the heart comes the issues of life “

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    • Suzzy

      February 21, 2017 #63 Author

      I love ur explanation.
      You nailed it

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    • Rebbie

      February 22, 2017 #64 Author

      Ben I like your presentation despite the immoralities behind the show

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    • Mythology

      March 23, 2017 #65 Author

      Her point here is simple. For youth of this country, it is insane to allow a show like BBN gain the better part of your attention when there are a lot of creative things out there that you can give your time and energy. How is that so hard to understand? For a sustainable economy industrialization, education & Technology are way more important that entertainment. Focus on what’s important guys… haba….

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  • STEVE

    February 19, 2017 #66 Author

    It will be good if we start a campaign to stop this mess called BBNaija, I also use this opportunity to call on Dr. Uju to initiate a campaign, even if it starts with a hash tag: #STOPbbNaija. Its not everything that we should copy from South Africa or other African Countries. if we must continue with such then its better to stop teaching morals in our schools. How can we teach morals in schools and then go ahead to advertise pornography on the television screens tagging it 18+. I think this campaign should be taken to the senate for deliberation too.

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    • Topaz

      February 20, 2017 #67 Author

      Leave entertainment TV for the future celebrities and entertainers.Go watch technology channels and religious channels.

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      • Pearls

        February 20, 2017 #68 Author

        Y do u want a campaign to stop bbn? If u don’t like it that’s ur business, don’t force ur dislikes on others…. There are lots of other channels you can watch, stay away from bbn, bbn is not the problem of Nigeria and Nigerian youths…

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    • Boogie

      February 20, 2017 #69 Author

      You obviously very stupid and jobless. See this Indian goat Spivey up talking rubbish protest against bbnaija… did you protest against buhari.. have ubprotest against d killings in Nigeria. What a waste you are

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  • Ananomous

    February 19, 2017 #70 Author

    Pls tell them oh , if u talk they will say it entertainment really am so disappointed . Even the white ppl don’t go about doing this rubbish. Acting porn on a nationa tv gosh very disgusting . Ppl are dying of hunger everyday , things are 4times there prices now the country itself is finished and the so called #bbnaija are there stealing ppl money mind with porn called reality tv show. Nonsense

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    • Topaz

      February 20, 2017 #71 Author

      Its not a national TV pls .you have liberty to watch what you want what will define you .stop this destructive criticism.

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      • Pearls

        February 20, 2017 #72 Author

        I wonder why so much hate on bbn.,. OK lemme ask, if the reality TV show bbn ends, will it end the crisis n hardship in Nigeria? Its a seasonal TV show which means it will surely com to a close and I will see if the economy of Nigeria will be better by then….

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  • CB

    February 20, 2017 #73 Author

    Ujunwa may God water your endeavours.
    I have argued this the very moment that ungodly program hit the air in Nigeria. Nigerian youth have long lost their moral sense of reason due to hardship orchestrated by deep corruption.
    I am amazed at the manner with which some Nigerian youth embrace and comment about this glorified pornography on the social media all in the name of reality show. We all should stand up against this immoral program that needs to be taken off our screens.

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  • Anotherone

    February 20, 2017 #74 Author

    Instead of her to be researching and curing disease… she’s watching show

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  • Vincent udekwe

    February 20, 2017 #75 Author

    My dear doctor!!!! I share in your anger. Infact my anger pass your own sef. I love your submission. It is timely. But apart from criticising, do you have plans to initiate a program that will inturn educate our youths perhaps a similar TV SHOW. But then it’s sad.

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    • Nduka Ozo

      February 20, 2017 #76 Author

      May God save our generation Vin, I sincerely agree with Doc. There is no way one can justify the things being put on display by the BBN show, May God have mercy on us, Amen

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  • Fab

    February 20, 2017 #77 Author

    Chai! I seriously wish this will get to the people at the root… It is so annoying how we encourage evil to continue in front of our very eyes and still have the impetus to throw blames @ the government.. Let’s deal with our problems squarely if we really want to see the change we need.
    God bless you ma for this hard yet outstanding words of truth! Its time the youths started becoming more positively innovative than investing in total rubbish in the name of entertainment! I just don’t see anything good about the stupid show…. Be wise people…lets make our country better biko nu!

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  • Fab

    February 20, 2017 #78 Author

    Chai! I seriously wish this will get to the people at the root… It is so annoying how we encourage evil to continue in front of our very eyes and still have the impetus to throw blames @ the government.. Let’s deal with our problems squarely if we really want to see the change we need.
    God bless you ma for this hard yet outstanding words of truth! Its time the youths started becoming more positively innovative than investing in total rubbish in the name of entertainment! I just don’t see anything good about the stupid show…. Be wise people…lets make our country better biko nu!

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  • destiny

    February 20, 2017 #79 Author

    Thanks, i thought i was the only one asking this question?, people dont do anything any more just watch a show that is up to nothing, and making kids reason nonsense, wehave millions of youth looking for what to and you keep them more useless, friends go look for what to do and allow those nonsense they are doing on that show, thanks.

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  • WittyNaijaChic

    February 20, 2017 #80 Author

    It’s appalling!

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  • Chibuike Nwachukwu

    February 20, 2017 #81 Author

    You said it all. We labour to teach moral instruction and Civic education only to rubbish it with nonsense reality show which is nothing but legalised pornography

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  • Francis

    February 20, 2017 #82 Author

    Well… You spoke well. but let us face the fact. the producers and sponsors of this program is making a huge tons of money from it. yes we complain it doesnt teach us anything. true but we still can’t help but watch the programme. we are still the ones voting and subscribing. if we have not been supporting by viewing and voting, the program would have died a natural death. so from the business point of view…. money is seriously being made. I rarely watch BBN but i can’t hate the producers and sponsors. Let us blame our selves that doesnt invest our time and money on educational programs. Thanks

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  • IPHY

    February 20, 2017 #83 Author

    Truth is bitter but must be told. Well spoken sis Oluchi. He who have ear let them hear. U ve done ur part sis, leave the rest to God. Onye maru asu ya sua na ikwe, onye amaru ya sua na ala.

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  • Edizie

    February 20, 2017 #84 Author

    Mbok you guys can skip or ignore the station… Dr’s.. .. Lab scientist.. …moralist… . Good hearts.. …… . .. Pls stop boring us with ur right up. .. . . It’s not a must watch. .. . . You una sense epp. . .

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  • Jaydeen

    February 20, 2017 #85 Author

    seriously being heavenly minded is wah we should look at here and d ting is d devil has so gone deep into our lives Dah we dont realise and until we realise wah his mission is,we wuld Neva knw d aim.so every1 be yhur own judge. is diz stuff we are talking abt ryt or wrong.buh I agree wit u doctor.

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  • melvin

    February 20, 2017 #86 Author

    Nne akwungi Nazu. Fire on my dear sister…. the nonsense in the zoo called Nigeria

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  • Uddy

    February 20, 2017 #87 Author

    It’s so Sad how immorality sell so fast and we downplay the necessary things! #SMH

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  • Adetola

    February 20, 2017 #88 Author

    nice one

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  • williams

    February 20, 2017 #89 Author

    the excerpts is fron my facebook #Williams Ndifreke Etuk
    which i just copied and paste here

    Am really wondering if actually our youths have things to do…..you will just stay and watch the so called BBNaija hmm mm nawa ooo………organization’s will be investing on people to carryout immoral acts instead of investing on good things n knowledge….this is why we are still backward
    Go to universities there are a lot of students on world class research but no sponsor and grant to accomplish it…..
    many Nigerians are inventors
    Go to Zaria there is a pilot scale refinery built by Nigerians but no sponsor
    Nigerians are into artificial intelligence but no sponsor
    So many hardware and software inventors but their dream died off why because no Nigerian is ready to sponsor neither do the government see it as a medium of economic improvement….

    I see a Nigeria that will come to the realisation of hidden potentials and evolution of inventions and building of human capacity for effective economic turnaround
    Naija i hail oo

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  • Godson

    February 20, 2017 #90 Author

    When men love evil over good, the outcome will be evil.
    Men derived pleasure in the things of this world, if you love this world then u hate God.
    For the Prince of this world is the greatest enemy of God, he will do anything to destroy mankind using things like money, award that will finished the same way it come. Easy come, easy go.
    The love of mony is the root of all evil.
    Turn to God and repent lest you perished.

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  • Osondu Nwakanma

    February 20, 2017 #92 Author

    Uju, thanks for your serious minded comment. The Bible says: “Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! Woe unto them that are wise in their own eyes, and prudent in their own sight!” (Isaiah 5:20-21). There is no evil that men do without a repercussion. If we have people like you thrice, Nigeria would not had been what it is today. May God help us to be wise.

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  • Molayo

    February 20, 2017 #93 Author

    Thank you my sister, + one supporter isn’t bad at all. We celebrate hypocrisy and mock truth, Nigerian youth is an irony of every good stuff, we don’t chase after virtue but lies and deceit.
    I hope and pray we learn from the best
    I wish you the best in your research, God bless you.

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  • Isha Eke

    February 20, 2017 #94 Author

    Do know there is BBA, BBUk, and many people used to watch it, our problems is ourselves, do your own business by imparting values in lives, stop complaining. In USA, UK there is so many Ungodly program but still there is Development in these countries. BBN is not the problem, our problems is you and I. Let us search for the RAT and remove it from the hole.

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    • Agbogu

      February 21, 2017 #95 Author

      You are a good daughter of your father ( Devil) like will always attract like. Immoral person will always attract an immoral person. The post sound irritating to you because you have an immoral life. You can’t love what you hate. Purity will hate immorality.

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  • Word

    February 20, 2017 #96 Author

    You see the way uber almost went out of business through an hashtag because the owner supported the new US president, we need one for bbn sponsors #donotpatronisebbnsponsors when they start loosing customers and funds, they will have a rethink and never support such again! But it has to be a real collective effort if not they go on with business as usual.

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  • olu kayode

    February 20, 2017 #97 Author

    Ati big brother o ati house mates o……oloriburuku ni gbigbo yin

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  • Joe

    February 20, 2017 #98 Author

    God bless you Dr.

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  • Gadol

    February 21, 2017 #99 Author

    Nigeria’s moral decadence didn’t start with bbn and it will not end with it. Our youth watch and do far more terrible things via mobile porn which parents don’t have absolute control on than watching bbn. Bbn happens once in a year but our youth live with porn just by the click of their android phones. By the way, those below 18 years have no business watching bbn and the contestants are not sex machines that will be having sex 24/7. What you refer to as evil are isolated scenes which your bias choose to focus on. Bbn also has good sides and the winner may not be morally depraved as you think. What if the winner decides to invest in some charitable venture to empower youths? Rather than causing the darkness just light a candle. Meanwhile, leave people’s moral lives to God who sees the heart of everyone including yours.

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  • Christopher John Thake

    February 21, 2017 #100 Author

    I completely agree, unless you want to become completely de-sensititized to this Western reality TV crap, I would hold strong to your convictions here. The West is a mess because of all this junk, now we think we can push it all over the rest of the world like it is a good thing. It created chaos and stupidity here, it will not have a different result anywhere else. I have watched the UK, become less and less aware of the level of crap on our televisions over the years and now they just sit here and go “oh well, its all we have”. Spend 95% of their lives on Facebook and the other half watching junk.

    I commend your convictions and strong values to resist this 🙂

    May God be with you all

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  • Francis

    February 21, 2017 #101 Author

    Well said by the majority all in different views and and acceptance. But to buttress on the essence of the programme it’s not totally a right off if we are to consider the convergence of 12different housemates from different backgrounds. We can study the mindsets of these people and know what is needed to sustain their present need in this era. Other than discredit the sponsors of BBN write to them and advice them to avoid lewd content in tv. We all are apprehensive of the show because it disregards the lifestyle of a “proper” Christian life. Well that’s good because our heart’s are still reverencing God Almighty. But let’s not forget like Some one said the money BBN is offering is not a piece meal ticket. If you see the programme as reducing morale values write to them to review their content. All the likes of the big named Nigerians mentioned how often do they run their supposed educative programmes. You think they make so much profit from it? If they did it will flood our tv screens like everyday. My dear doctor in diaspora with due respect you are overseas practising now or working as it is. Why did you not stay in nigeria to save n sustain lives .Let’s not be overtly one sided to justify morality. We all are guilty one way or the other in the development of this country. I am not encouraging fornication and it’s likes but these individuals are intelligent in other specifics from their talks and ideas, they are the new era in this time let’s see how we can bring out these potentials and introduce it for the revival of the society.

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    • Uky ubad’ire

      February 21, 2017 #102 Author

      Well said my brother. We are so selfish and self-centered in this country that we no longer think with our brains!!! Everything is about oersonal views! Cant we cut others some slack? She lives in the US abi… Let her tell the authorities to shut down the 1001 reality shows aired on their Tv…. Do you know how many people that got employed just by this show? Ok if payport gets bigger wont they employ more hands? I have listened to celebrities who came to the house and i was motivated by the advice they gave housemates!!! So i have gotten something positive on the show! We only tend to dwell on negatives in Nigeria, thats why our lives are like this!!! Please tell this lady to come back to naija and make it better. We want talk and do person; not a cock and bull typa woman. Thanks

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  • joe

    February 21, 2017 #103 Author

    i really love dz .. i v asked masef d same questions too…no positive knowledge bin passed.. its high time, we brought in entrepreneurial programs on air again. at least it will go a long way…

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  • Sam Leo Tukura

    February 21, 2017 #104 Author

    Seriously! this is a bad look on this country and should be condemned by any reasonable Nigerian. That is the highest corruption of the order of the niger.
    I regret ever thinking good about that tv show

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  • DanML

    February 21, 2017 #105 Author

    WORD for S/he who has ears! God bless you Madam!

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  • sunday

    February 21, 2017 #106 Author

    The Problem we have here in Nigeria is that we lack God fearing Leaders, if not can’t the government stop that NONSENSE called Big Brother Africa show? may God have mercy on us all (nigerians), we have failed totally

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    • Uky ubad’ire

      February 21, 2017 #107 Author

      No the problem we have is religion freaks!!! Like you. All sectors must be bakanced! This is entertainment sector! Please talk intelligently next time. Ok?

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  • Uky ubad’ire

    February 21, 2017 #108 Author

    Ok i am not supporting fornication or nudity but i only want to say that DSTV and GOTV has over 400 and 200 channels respectively!!! Whatever you wish to watch, you will definitely find on those channels. So i find this post as a hate and a very lame one. Its not by force to watch it. You can use parental control if you feel its not beneficial to you. One man’s meat is another man’s poison. There are several sectors in Nigeria to which education is one and entertainment is another so you cannot use your raggae to spoil others blues!!! Same thing a christain will say to a muslim channel!!! Let me conclude by saying, please scroll pass the channel cos i still suspect you…giving info about the program means you follow up with every event on it!!! Please get a life!!!

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  • Lill

    February 21, 2017 #109 Author

    I was talking to someone the other day about how nonsense makes so much sense this days when u see à motivational speaker has 100views and a girl tweeking has million views. Its a global problem but Nigerian own too much. I am Just done with this country.

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  • kester ejike

    February 21, 2017 #110 Author

    Dr.oluchi, i salute you once again for exposing this evil that has befallen our nation in the name of big naija, its really a pity that what should make us bury our head’s in the ground in shame does not matter to us again, i ask, what is african about big brother africa that we should want to adopt it or copy it from south Africa, south africa is country that legalised homosexuality and lesbianism, something that should make one vomit, like u rightly said, it neither lift’s our spirits as God’s children or help our falling economy,our houses of senate and reps should stand up and ban this senseless and nonsense program called ( big brother naija).that’s my take on it.

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  • Tess

    February 21, 2017 #111 Author

    Nice one… society now compels people to suspend reason… otherwise, why would I subscribe with my money, sit all day, and spend money voting for people trying to make money and fame at the expense of social sanity…? E no make sense to me.
    But in any case… thank God the channel isn’t automated so I can use my remote and choose whatever channel I choose or scramble it for kids and other visitors… for the sake of dignity…go watch it somewhere else but not in my house.
    Shikenan!
    I salute your ability to express your concerns ma’am

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  • ozoemena

    February 21, 2017 #112 Author

    madam u ar wrong u can not be in science field and trying to dictate for entertainment industry u ar completely out of point what u whoud have suggested is that other field such as science and comas should bring their own. what bbn is doings is in entertainment industry and they are helping the youth in their own way. is not about money is about making star. every one that patispated is a star whether he win or not. what he make out of his popularity depends on him. if go home and relax it all about him and not bbn. if he go home make good use of his popularity then is all about him. one them that was ejected this week was at the 99.3 talk fm and I head her said would be doing acting nest the film industry will want to use her as she is already a star. if she will be successful as an actress depends on had work the bbn had don their path

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    • Rebbie

      February 22, 2017 #113 Author

      Ozo,you have not convince us of the importance of bbn

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  • Powee

    February 21, 2017 #114 Author

    Kwu on nwannem Nwanyi. Nde ahu wu nde ara

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  • Kenny

    February 22, 2017 #115 Author

    this is so bad and still thinking how the station was licensed. All we need now is to encourage the teeming youth for a better tomorrow.

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  • younglord

    February 23, 2017 #116 Author

    you no get sense at all..Who you help? you living aboard and not adding anything to the economy..come back and live in nigeria..So many graduate but no job..If it is senseless as you calm..Give 1 person 25 million and 1 brand new suv..
    my dear no be by force to watch am and them no beg u to watch so get the fuck off

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  • Obiagbasi victor

    March 2, 2017 #117 Author

    Madam advicer…. can I ask u a question??? please Wia do u base…… are u in Nigeria or some wia in London… u dat was give award for best mathematician… how many of ur kind have u remember and help dia career…. u are calling dangote, adenuga, otedola… why can’t you start it let dem join you…. Ka o na I buru mmadu…. u blame d people dat organise #BBNija dey are better Dan you Becox every body in dat house will never go hungry again in life….. Dia life are being exploitd and Dia talent made known to d word, dey become Celebrity in jux 11 weeks…..stop criticizing people’s work woman..if u are not OK with it.. start up ur own…call it ##BBmathematics …get 12 contestant to contest on mathematics at the end give some one 25million and those company supporting dem would also come to support u…u worth more Dan it….. ominiknowest ….WHO U EPP??? “okwuchaluonu”

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    • Mythology

      March 23, 2017 #118 Author

      BBN is contributing in no small way to the moral decadence in the country. If you can not see that then you already part of the problem. When your fore fathers sold their brothers and children into slavery for little money, mirrors and cigars, I’m sure they asked “who them epp” just like you are asking. Its ok to like BBN, you are an adult and entitled to your opinion but just don’t defend it. It makes you sound stupid.

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