Big Brother housemate, Kiddwaya has unfollowed fellow housemate, Nengi on Instagram after she called him dirty during a recent submission.
Nengi made this known after she gave reasons why she refused to be paired with Kiddwaya as the other housemates asserted that she liked Kiddwaya.
Reacting to this, she disclosed that Kiddwaya is handsome, however, she is not attracted to him in a romantic way due to the fact that she can only be attracted to guys who are clean.
To buttress her point, she used how Kiddwaya left the Head of House lounge during his time. Taking a look at Kiddwaya‘s Instagram followers we found out that Nengi absent.
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With a heart full of anxiety, Former BBNaija2020 housemates have all gathered, looking dazzling as they join the top 5 for the grand party and winner unveiling today, Sunday, September 27.
This event draws the curtain this year's edition of Big Brother Naija Reality show.
It would be recalled that last night was obviously a party like no other at the Big Brother Naija Lockdown house.
Kemifilani had reported that during the party, it was observed that Ozo intentionally ignored Nengi, his love interest in the house.
Ozo's attitude Nengi made her cry, felt disappointed and lamented to the remaining housemates.
Take a peep at what the evicted housemates are rocking to the grand final party...
As 2020 Lockdown edition of popular reality TV show, Big Brother Naija officially comes to an end today, September 27, here is the full list of mouth-watering prizes the winner will cart home.
The show started on July 19 with 20 contestants with 14 housemates evicted and one disqualified, leaving Laycon, Nengi, Dorathy, Vee and Neo as finalists.
According to organisers, MultiChoice Nigeria, the winner of the season 5 edition will be going home with N85 million worth of prizes.
The breakdown of the grand prize is as follows;
N30M CASH PRIZE; A TWO-BEDROOM APARTMENT COURTESY REVOLUTION PLUS; A TOP OF THE RANGE SUV FROM NIGERIAN AUTOMAKER, INNOSON MOTORS.
A TRIP TO DUBLIN COURTESY...
Federal Government has rescheduled another meeting with labour unions in a bid to avert planned strike over the increment of petrol and electricity tariff price.
It said the dialogue which was earlier scheduled for tomorrow will now hold at the Presidential Villa Banquet Hall by 7pm.
This was made known in a statement issued by the Deputy Director/ Head of Press and Public Relations, Ministry of Labour and Employment, Charles Akpan.
Two meetings earlier held by the government and the labour unions over the increase in the electricity tariffs and fuel pump price ended in a deadlock, with NLC and TUC insisting on the reversal of the price hikes.
It would be recalled that to prevent the strike and protest declared by labour, a non-governmental group and the FG had secured two court injunctions restraining the labour unions from proceeding with...