The Big Brother Naija Reality TV show, has been going on for some months now and the last eviction, took place on Sunday, the 26th of September.
Here are 3 reasons Saga was probably happy to go home;
Firstly, he felt the house would have been boring without Nini.
This is very obvious and he affirmed it himself when he came out of the house.
During one of his diary sessions, Saga mentioned that, his happiest moment in the house was when Nini won VETO Power and saved herself from eviction that week, because, he can't stay in the house without her.
He also said that, if Nini leaves the house, he would as Big Brother for a voluntary exit from the house.
So, he connected with Nini a lot and would miss her companionship in the house, if he had stayed after she was evicted, and this possibly made him happy to leave.
Secondly, he may be happy to go back to the things he loves doing.
A lot of people have passion for their jobs/talents and Saga is one of them.
Saga is an offshore engineer, a fitness person and an artist. He taught the housemates quite a lot about his job as an offshore engineer, during his stay in his house.
He also spoke a lot about his love for fitness and exercise and led the housemates to do workouts every weekend.
During his brief interview with Ebuka when he stepped out of the house, he mentioned continuing his fitness trainings.
Saga showed his artistry skills and creativity in the house, when he made a pen painting of Boma.
He even has an art page on Instagram, where he posts his artwork and this shows that he is zealous about artistry.
Photo Credit: Instagram @sagadeolu
So, it is quite possible that he was happy to fully go back to doing, all the things he is passionate about, after spending weeks in the big brother house.
What do you think about this?
Photo Credit: Instagram
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