Nollywood actor Kanayo Kanayo has strongly criticized the Big Brother Naija All Stars housemates for their poor performance in basic questions during the Arena game on Friday.
During the task, the housemates were presented with simple questions about their country, but they performed very poorly. Ceec, who is a lawyer, surprised many when she couldn’t answer a basic question related to her field.
Mercy Eke, a businesswoman, didn’t know the meaning of CAC (Corporate Affairs Commission), while Alex, who holds a Master’s degree, struggled with multiplication and division. Similarly, Pere Egbi and White Money also faced difficulties with basic mathematical concepts.
In a mocking tone, Kanayo called out the show’s organizers for wasting resources on these contestants instead of investing in educational programs.
“A wasted 120m on INCORRECT PEOPLE, who are only correct with their bum bum. Money that should have been channeled to a CORRECT educational program”.
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One Hadason Bless wrote, “Na Ceec own pain me pass and she say she be lawyer
One Official Edoeje wrote, “I agree with you sir, but even the men on the show got answers wrong too. So why is it always the females? I’m not siding anyone exposing their body, but why always the women
One Uche wrote, “95% of celebrities at over the world aren’t academically inclined or have strong values they hold high. This shouldn’t surprise you
One Collins Morgan Ijele wrote, ‘She was called to the bar (beer parlor) at 20, and CEO doesn’t know what’s CAC. They are just busy promoting immorality
One Theresa wrote, “Even in school we don’t answer 100% of all these questions we were asked. Don’t judge people based on a tense situation. They all answered a lot. This is just a few of the answers”.
Kanayo Kanayo is not alone in demanding a ban on the reality show due to its high level of immorality.
The Arewa Youths Advisory Forum has also urged the Federal Government to prohibit the reality TV show, labeling it as a calamity.
Yerima Shettima, the National President of the forum, conveyed this message during a press briefing.