Charlyboy: Ban BBNaija, it adds No Value to the Lives or Future of Nigerian Youths

Charles Chukwuemeka Oputa AKA Charlyboy says Big Brother Nigeria brings no value to lives or future

Singer and social commentator, Charles Chukwuemeka Oputa popularly known as Charlyboy has called for an outright ban on the Big Brother Naija reality show.

Charlyboy, who is the son of Late Justice  Chukwudifu Oputa,  spoke with DAILY POST, a Nigerian online news platform, said the show has not added any value to the “lives or future” of the Nigerian youths. He said

If I had my way, I would ban young people from watching that scrap. With their present predicament, I don’t see how it adds value to their lives or their future”

Recall that the reality TV show unveiled 20 housemates for 2018 Big Brother Naija, the most anticipated Nigerian television reality show in January 2018.

The 2018 edition tagged ‘Double Wahala‘, is currently airing on paid premium cable television.

The show which, has been flayed in many quarters as indecent and vile, enjoys large viewers especially among Nigerian youths.

The contestants live in the ‘house’ for 3 months and will battle for the grand prize of an SUV and N45 million worth of prizes when the show comes to an end later today, April 22

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