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Karen Igho Appointed DTSV Ambassador


Karen Igho

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Ever since emerging a winner at the famous Big Brother Africa game in 2011, controversial boob flaunting celebrity Karen Igho has always been in the limelight.
She’s been sighted at numerous red carpet events and even joined a popular Lagos based radio station as a presenter.
The latest gist about the Plateau state born Karen is that she just became an ambassador to popular satellite TV provider DSTV.
Although no word has been heard from DSTV officials, Karen took to Twitter to announce the development. In her words: ‘I don port o to @DStvNg‘ and she later retweeted congratulatory messages from her fan.
We hear promo shoots have been done and the deal will be made public soon.
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A Message To DSTv From African Youths

A Message To DSTV From African Youths

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We African youths wish to ask DSTV to give us a BBA where African Youths are rewarded for creativity and hard work, thereby promoting entrepreneurship and not this morally-loosed show where single parents who can’t keep their relationships go into the house to show their sagging breasts and addiction, mixed-up with ill-mannered people and get rewarded, producing international prostitutes and gigolo. Haba!

Promoting immoral sex is “unafrican”. The BBA is all about immoral behaviour and that is why it attracts lots of fans. You can’t be making money at the expense of your viewer’s lives. If you don’t do something about this, a time will come when the seeds you are sowing into the lives of African youths will germinate to hunt you and your generations yet unborn. There seem to be no single morality lesson to learn than sex and immorality.

DSTV has the best entertainment programming available from across the globe with superior technological innovation that provides unforgettable television viewing experience! If we call BBA entertainment then our sanity, morality and desire for the growth of the African youths needs to be questioned.

How long does it take to imbibe a habit? 21 days; and BBA runs for 90 days!!!, subtly making people become addicted to bad habits.

We say “NO” to such TV reality shows without moral value!

To add your voice to this, comment using #BBA on Twitter.

From,
Forward-Looking African Youths

Open Letter To DSTV On Big Brother Africa (BBA)

Open Letter To Dstv, Big Brother Africa

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This open letter was written by a forward-thinking Nigerian youth, Rare Gentle, a letter which he posted on his Facebook fan page. It is a move that I’m sure a lot of people will laud, as we have come across a lot of voices vehemently protesting the concept of the Big Brother Africa entertainment ever since the current season started running.
“I urge and plead with all African Youths, let’s ask DSTV to give us a BBA where African Youths go and discuss, proffer solutions to solve the problems of our nations, not this morally-loose show where single parents who can’t keep their relationships go into the house to show their fallen breasts, and drug addicts, porn stars, and all sorts of ill-mannered people mix up and get rewarded. Ha! Having sex in the public with somebody who is not your spouse?

God have mercy! The demon of sexual immorality has etched its ugly head into the show, hence the next sane option is to nip the programme in the bud.

The BBA is all about immoral behavior and that is why it attracts lots of fans. They even prefer open sex every day. There is no single thing to learn from the programme, they just promote sex and immorality. It’s time we ignore it & speak up against it, for what it’s worth.

How long does it take to imbibe a habit? Twenty-one days. And BBA runs for ninety days, subtly making people addicts to bad habits. Say No to TV shows without value. A Reality show with immorality is a big No-No!”

Whom Do You Vote For?

Whom Do You Want Evicted?