Wednesday, May 2021

Big Brother Naija, BBNaija housemate Lucy, on Monday night broke down in tears over her housemates attitude to food.

The housemates had an argument on Monday night over food sharing and hoarding of meals.

After the argument, Erica went to the garden and had a conversation with Lucy.

During the conversation, Lucy started crying complaining about housemates judging her.

“How do you people sit down and judge me for the same thing I am doing for the good of the house!

“No one does anything for me but when I do they are not satisfied.

“I do things without expecting anything in this house,” Lucy said.

Erica, consoling Lucy, advised her not to over stretch herself in the house but to do her personal stuff.

Erica said: “Do whatever you feel like doing. Do your personal stuff. Don’t over do it and hurt yourself. Don’t overdo anything because you’ll get stressed.

“Don’t expect things from people because if you overdo and they don’t rate it, you’ll be frustrated.

“Housemates are against you because of your shout, manner of approach but we appreciate you that’s a fact. We appreciate your hard work.

“I’m always here for you regardless of everything that happened. I’m here as your friend or host partner if you ever need anyone you don’t have to be alone.”

Recall that both housemates engaged in an argument days back.

Lucy had also referred to Erica as someone who has low self esteem and is power drunk.of intl flights: Their children want to start schools abroad – Sowore
Former presidential candidate, Omoyele Sowore, has said that Nigerian leaders have allowed international flights to resume only because it was time for their children and wards to return to schools abroad.

Sowore, the Publisher of SaharaReporters, said the government does not care about the people.

Recall that the Federal Government had yesterday approved the resumption of international flights with effect from August 29, 2020.

The Minister of Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika, made this known, saying, “Glad to announce the resumption of international flights from the 29th of August, 2020.”

Reacting to the development, Sowore said, “They are happy to announce commencement of international flights because it is time for their children/wards to return to schools abroad, September is the resumption date for most schools abroad! Nobody is willing or happy to reopen schools here. #Theydontcareaboutus #RevolutionNow.”

Recall that the Federal government had in March banned international flights as one of its measures to tackle the spread of COVID-19 in the country.

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