Muslim Rights Concern has described the contestants as "immoral inmates" and saying "the satanic TV show" is a platform of "nudity, shamelessness and open promiscuity".
BBNaija Show Encourages Immorality - Cleric
Daily Trust, 19 July 2019
Pastor Felix Ajide of King Jesus Praise land Assembly says that the ongoing Big Brother Naija season (4) show promotes immorality and is not good for the society. Read more »
#BBNaija Housemates Caught Having Sex
Vanguard, 20 July 2019
As reactions continue to trail the airing of Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) pepper dem housemates, Khafi and Gedoni have allegedly been caught having sex in the house. Read more »
Muslim Group, MURIC Writes Buhari, Calls for Ban On #BBNaijia
Vanguard, 12 July 2019
A Muslim group, Muslim Rights Concern, MURIC, has written President Muhammadu Buhari, asking him to order a stop to the airing of the 2019 edition of the reality television show,… Read more »
Big Brother Naija Season 4.
See Funny Reactions As MURIC Writes Buhari, Calls for Ban On #BBNaijia
Reactions have trailed a petition to President Muhammadu Buhari by a Muslim group, Muslim Rights Concern, MURIC, wherein the group asked President Buhari to order a stop to the… Read more »
BBNaija 2019 - Drama As Seyi Forfeits Veto Power
Vanguard, 17 July 2019
On Monday, housemates in the Big Brother Naija 'Pepper Dem' took part in what may arguably go down as one of the most exciting and unexpected nomination shows in the history of the… Read more »
BBNaija - Esther Becomes First Female 'Pepperdem' Head of House
Vanguard, 15 July 2019
Esther has become the first female 'pepper dem' Head of House (HoH) for the fourth season of the Big Brother Naija reality show. Read more »
After a journey well spent in the Pepper Dem House, Ella and KimOprah said their goodbyes on the Big Brother Naija stage. The second pair of evictees this season were sent home ... Read more »
The nomination show was marked by suspense and tension as the housemates made their way to the diary room to nominate two housemates each for possible eviction. Unfortunately, ... Read more »
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