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BBNaija’s Doyin Issues Warning To Colleagues Ahead Of South Africa Trip


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Doyin, a Big Brother Naija Level Up housemate, has warned her colleagues against fighting and unnecessary competition ahead of their trip to South Africa.

WITHIN NIGERIA reports that the level-up housemates are currently on a Pepsi-sponsored all-expense-paid trip to South Africa.

Doyin took to Twitter on Thursday to question her colleagues’ unwillingness to tolerate one another while on the trip.

Instead of fighting, the 26-year-old believes they should learn to relax and enjoy the journey.

On the other hand, she insisted that if they insisted on fighting and competing, she wished them the best.

Doyin said:

Even while on vacation, you all still wannna fight? Una no dey tire for unnecessary competition? I rebuke every spirit of negativity on this trip. Housemates relax, fans relax and let’s all have a good time but if you all wanna fight and compete, I wish you all the best.

Pere Reveals The Last Thing He Will Do Before He Dies

Meanwhile, Pere, a Big Brother Naija ‘Shine Ya Eyes’ housemate, has revealed the last thing he wants to do before leaving the earth.

On Thursday, the reality star revealed on his verified Twitter page that he is developing plans to preach the gospel and enter the ministry.

Despite his celebrity, he says his dream is to climb the pulpit and preach the gospel to millions of people, adding that the action will be the last thing he does.

Forget this celebrity BS, I’m gonna stand on the pulpit someday and I’d preach the gospel to tens of millions. It’s my dream. The one last thing I have to do before leaving earth, he wrote.


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