Arinola and Saga were spotted in the lounge having a random conversation about the situation of things in the House.
During their discussion, Arinola made it clear that Saga is one of the real individuals in the House.
She said it wasn't a difficult decision for her to become good friends with him.
She said: "the moment we first spoke in the House, I knew you're someone I could be good friends with".
In reaction to Arin's statement, Saga made it clear that he didn't feel the same way for Maria when they had their first conversation.
Saga revealed that the first moment he spoke to Maria, he realised she's not someone who could be his friend.
According to Saga, Maria seems like someone who would like to be with a rich man rather than a good man.
Arinola jokingly told Saga not to think about having a relationship with Maria because he's not rich enough to marry her.
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