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BBNaija 2021: See How Much Someone Is Offering Nini's Boyfriend For Saga To Have Her

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BBNaija housemate Nini may have no boyfriend to go back to after the show as a social media user is offering him a whopping sum to let fellow housemate Saga have her.

Nini's execution of the secret task given to her by Biggie was flawless, that is until she returned and decided to start saying more that was required from her to the others.

While she was away, Saga missed her dearly and this has touched the heart of a man on Twitter who has expressed his concern for Saga's mental health should Nini go back to her boyfriend after the conclusion of the show.

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Posting via his account, the individual identified as 'Oku' with the username @oku_yungx revealed that he is offering Nini's boyfriend the sum of N5 million for him to allow Saga to have her.

He wrote:" If you are NINI's boyfriend, please let SAGA have her. I will send 5 million to your account. I don't want him going through mental breakdown after the show."

See a screenshot of the post below:

 

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