Often times in life, values imposed on us by ethnicity and cultural heritages tend to set boundaries for what we can and cannot do. Where we should go and where not to go, what to eat, what to wear, what to do and when to do it. These boundaries are harmless in almost every scenario but they become a problem when we use them as excuses to never try new things. Even if those things can be beneficial to us.
The Big brother naija television show which is more than a decade old now has become a phenomenal stepping stone from which various people from different walks of life shoot into the sky. The meteoric popularity of BBnaija housemates even when they don't win has served as the source of livelihood for many of them. Despite the fact that the show is rife with various acts that the society will tag as indecent at first, immoral at second and unbecoming at third.
Yet, the likes of Mercy Eke, Tacha, Efe, Diane, Nina, Tboss to mention but a few have benefited wholesomely from the television show. This doesn't mean that they are people without values or people who don't in the very least appreciate their cultural heritage, it just means they were prepared for an opportunity, it presented itself and they took it.
Perhaps this might be what the only Hausa contestant in this season of BBnaija realised. Refusing to be held back by what her society unanimously dictates for a woman, 25 year old Umaru Aisha is part of the privileged 20.
A native of Sokoto state, Aisha describes herself as an avid team player and an adventurous young lady. She goes by Kaisha in the show.
More pictures of the beauty below👇
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