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BBNaija S6: Housemates Share Personal Experiences In ‘TED Talk

BBNaija S6: Housemates Share Personal Experiences In ‘TED Talk

Big Brother Shine Ya Eye housemates, on the 10th day of the show, held an impromptu ‘Ted Talk’ where they shared their personal experiences.

Each speaker shared their expert knowledge on life, careers, relationships and gender roles, using their own experiences, Africa Magic reported.

Saga shared his experience as an engineer while Yerins, who described himself as a polymath, went through a biology lesson where he shared diverse knowledge of the medical world.

The Head of House, Boma, spoke on acting and the film industry, sharing his personal industry experience in the United States.

Speaking as a feminist, Arin gave her understanding of the concept and how it changed her point of view.

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Cross, the brain behind the Truth or Dare game, explained the art of love, leaving all the housemates very impressed by his knowledge.

Tega, the married female housemate, spoke about her marriage and the understanding she had about her husband before coming on the show.
The mother-of-one recently went under fire for participating in an erotic game with a male housemate, an act which her husband defended on social media.

In an interesting journey down memory lane, Whitemoney shared his experiences on how he juggled between menial jobs to make ends meet.

Pere shared personal stories on his experience as an Afghanistan soldier. He revealed that personal and immigration reasons fuelled his decision to join the military.

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