Reno Omokri reacts as Nigerians raised 5million naira to Erica.

BBNaija: Here is Reno Omokry’s reaction after Nigerians raised 5 Million naira to Erica

It is no longer news that Erica has been disqualified from the ongoing Big Brother Naija Lockdown after she broke the house rules and regulations for the third time.

During last night eviction show, Biggie read out some of regulations which she flouted which includes peeking into the camera window and tried to engage with the camera crew, denying a fellow housemate access to the Head of House Lounge. All these and more are prohibited.

Shortly after her disqualification, the fan base of now ex house mate created a gofund me account to raise money for her.

In less than 8 hours after the account was created, Nigerians have already raised more than 5 million naira to help her realize her goals in life.

An aid to former president Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, Reno Omokry has said that he was shocked that some Nigerians would go to such extent to raise money for Erica while there is more pressing issue to attend to.

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He also decribed the show as a distraction to Nigerian Youth.

“I was stunned to see youths organise a fundraiser for a disqualified #BBNaija housemate. I was told that General @MBuhari was afraid to raise the prices of fuel and electric. What emboldened him was when he saw how BBN has completely distracted Nigeria’s youth! ” He posted on his social media account.

Energy used on #bbnaija, can be used to hold our leaders accountable, Nigeria will be a better place, I know #BBNaija is for entertainment but our country is falling apart while we waste time on been entertained, imagine on any national issue with the number of votes on Big Brother Naija.

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