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What moral lesson have you learnt from BBNaija – Reno Omokri asks Nigerians


Former media aide of ex President Goodluck Jonathan Reno Omokri took to his Instagram page to tackle Nigerians who are addicted Big Brother Naija show.

In a post he shared social media, Reno challenged viewers of the show to enumerate the moral lessons they have learnt while watching the show.

Read his full post below;

”You use your profile to campaign for your #BBNaija housemate. You even wear their branded T-Shirt and hold watch parties. Wrong focus. If you had put in this same effort towards selling a product, or promoting your business, you could have been a millionaire example of sell to excel by now!

Name one moral lesson you have learnt from Big Brother? Cite one example of how it has affected your personal development. ?Fuel and electric prices were raised, and the Naira was devalued, while you were distracted by BBNaija.

By the time BBN is over, and you are back to reality, you will realise that your sanity has been affected by the vanity you followed with clarity!?”


  1. I’m not a fan of BBN and has never sat down to watch it, apart from its maiden edition that saw Efe emerging as the winner.

    However, my problem with Reno is that he complains about everything but does nothing to provide an alternative. Big Brother Naija or BBN as it is shortened is someone’s business development initiative and the person and sponsors are making cool money from it. What they spend in taking care of the housemates, the price for the winner inclusive is just a fraction of less than 10% out of they make.

    Now to the crux of the matter, I have grown to know Reno as a media man, apart from being a motivational speaker. Let me ask, what stops him from giving us (Nigerians) an alternative platform that could teach morals, that could teach business ideas, that could teach us scientific and technological innovations and not nudity.


    Dear Reno sir,
    We don’t solve a problem by complaining, we solve a problem by creating alternative solutions.

  2. Comment:I don’t see anything meaningful in watching BBNaija because I dislike anything Big Brother from inception( Big Brother Africa) held in South Africa. I wish Guilder Ultimate Search can be view again in our screen.

  3. I support you on this.
    Many have and are trading their time and resources for what adds no value to them or the Nigerian society.
    Anyways, I think it’s a choice, of which consequence they’re ready to live wit.


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