SARS is the least of our problems in Nigeria - BBN star Ka3na discloses via Twitter
By Itz_Loba | self meida writer
Published 14 days ago - 2 views
The Big Brother Naija reality TV star Kateina Jones popularly known has 'Ka3na' took to her Twiiter account to give her own opinion about the problems the country is facing presently.
Ka3na is a reality TV star, fashion entrepreneur and brand ambassador. The reality TV star took to Twitter to give her own opinion after a good number of ENDSARS protesters were arrested at the Lekki toll plaza.
The reality TV star made it clear that SARS is the least among problems in the west African country Nigeria. She tweeted, 'Nigerians are good at jumping on trends without digesting the disadvantage and advantage of their actions. Same peaceful protest that took many lives on the 20th October 2020! SARS is the least of our problems in Nigeria.
Ka3na Jones is one of the reality TV stats from the season five edition of the show. The reality TV star was not graceful enough to stay long on the show.
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