Quilox owner and politician, Shina Peller, on Monday, has said he’s been lost in thoughts on how to get Nigerian youths to channel their drive for the Big Brother reality TV show, to the 2023 general elections.
This is coming after overzealous BBNaija’s Pere‘s fans staged a protest following Biggie’s twist at the Ilupeju head office of the Big Brother Naija reality show in Lagos.
In a post shared on his Instagram, Shina Peller noted that the 2023 elections will afford Nigerians the opportunity to reset the country as there would be no incumbent President on the ballot papers.
He also reassured that the Nigerian youths can achieve it as it is nothing.
He wrote; ”Me thinking of how I can get the youth to replicate the drive and commitment they have for Big Brother 9ja to the 2023 general elections. That election would offer us an opportunity to take the destiny of our nation into our hands. There would be no incumbent President on the ballot. It’s a reset period for Nigeria!!!
I think we can achieve it because nothing is impossible.”
Meanwhile, former New Media aide to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri, has slammed fans of Big Brother Naija housemate, Pere, for taking to the streets to protest against the ‘injustice’ meted on their favourite housemate.
Reacting to videos and photos of the protest, Reno berated the youths for choosing to protest against something as trivial as a reality show whilst ignoring pressing challenges facing the country such as rising insecurity, naira drop, or VAT.