Nigerians have expressed concern over the mammoth crowd of youths that gathered at the 8 audition venues for this year’s Big Brother Naija, BBN, reali
Nigerians have expressed concern over the mammoth crowd of youths that gathered at the 8 audition venues for this year’s Big Brother Naija, BBN, reality show which is set to take place in Nigeria later this year. While many blame it on ASUU strike, others believe it is as a result of the high rate of unemployment among youths. Still others blame the government for its inability to provide an enabliong environment for businesses to thrive and get youths engaged.
— Ohimai Godwin Amaize (@MrFixNigeria) February 1, 2019
Decided to check out the #BBNaija hashtag. The overwhelming crowd and ensuing injuries from scuffles is all the proof we need that this government has failed Nigerians.
Nigerians, February 16 is a referendum. You have only one job.
— EEU. 🇳🇬 (@royaltyuso) February 1, 2019
— Ikenna Ogbenta (@Ikenna_Ogbenta) February 1, 2019
The crowd at the #BBnaija auditions is proof of our flawed value system and our failed government. I am not against anyone going to audition for it, but when this is what majority of our youth see as a way to escape poverty, then we have a serious problem.
— No one (@ilynem) February 1, 2019
— Uwaezuoke Nnamdi (@unnasco) February 1, 2019
ASUU is on strike..
— Tosin Olugbenga (@TosinOlugbenga) February 1, 2019
#BBNaija when you see these massive crowd at auditions then we should know that the youths are looking for any viable means to escape the poverty that confronts them on the streets. pic.twitter.com/HHmtdD6dGM
— Irieguna Benjamin (@IriegunaB) February 1, 2019
Today is #BBNaija auditions
Come out to vote !! pic.twitter.com/PDNsW6HTJE
— Justin Ifeanyi |🇳🇬 (@Eastcoastprince) February 1, 2019
Honestly… they shouldn't have done #BBNaija this year at all. Not during this political year. But I FEEL it's a calculated attempt to distract the highest voting population aka naija youths! Same government that threatened to ban it, are now mute on the matter? WTF is going on? pic.twitter.com/3UYCABgf1d
— Aduke ade (@sazzygel_CEO) February 1, 2019
— Elijah Jayson Oyibu (@jaysonrogue) February 1, 2019