Following the new twist by Biggie which involved Pere and Angel playing a game in which the winner comes back to the big brother naija house and joins the other housemates after their fake eviction despite Pere coming second in the voting behind Whitemoney.
This has really got a lot of people upset including the popular Nollywood actor, Frederick Leonard. He compared it with Nigerian politics and advised Biggie to do the right thing and let the winner by votes go back to the house because the fans have really spent a lot of their resources to make sure their favorites are in there.
In his words: "what is the difference between this and Nigerian politics, why ask people to vote if their votes won't count?"
"So if @pereegbiofficial loses the puzzle in the white room, will he go home even though he won on votes?"
"This country Nigeria remains a joke!
Do you think he is right?
Feel free to drop your thoughts in the comment section below.
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