One of the controversial Big Brother Naija ex-housemates, Anita Natacha Akide better known as Tacha has said she can’t date or be associated to a broke man.
The 25-year-old reality star made this known during an interview with YourView hosts on TVC.
Tacha, who is participating in an international show, ‘MTV: The Challenge’ said she is too expensive for a poverty-stricken man.
According to the reality show star, she is too expensive, “I am so sorry, I can’t date a responsible but broke man,” she averred. “Everyone has his/her own spec so I will urge people to go for their spec. As for me, my market is expensive.”
Continuing Tacha said it doesn’t matter whether she met a man online or offline but her man must be rich, hardworking, and God-fearing.
“Well, I love to make virtual friends even though it is not advisable but most of my friends are actually people I met online. Don’t expect me to post my picture on social media saying I’m single and searching but I can indirectly shoot my shot. But, my man must be rich, hardworking, sweet and encouraging, God fearing.”
On how her staying relevant despite her disqualification from the season of four of Big Brother Naija show, the young entrepreneur described herself as a workaholic.
“No one is bankrolling me. My business is funding me. When you do what you do, don’t do it for men. Do it for yourself. I mean, I have your own business even though, my man needs to have money to compliment me, I need to have mine too so that at the end of the day he won’t say he made me. I want to have my say too not to disrespect him. I want to be a self-made woman.”
Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has disclosed that despite being a Christian, he bluntly refused to use government’s fund to complete a Christian Association of Nigeria building in Abuja while he was President between May 1999 and May 2007.
He revealed this on Friday while speaking during the Book Launch and 85th Birthday of Eminence Prelate Sunday Mbang of the Methodist Church Nigeria held at the Admiralty Centre, Naval Dockyard, Victoria Island, Lagos State.
The former president, who was the Convener of the programme in honour of Mbang, described the former president of the Christian Association of Nigeria as a lover of Nigeria. The book, a memoir, chronicling the journey of the octogenarian, is titled, ‘My Life and Times.’
The former President recalled, “He (Mbang) asked me in his capacity...