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Muslim man blasts Kaisha for going for BBNaija show knowing it’s religiously forbidden

Nigerian man identified as Saleem has slammed Big Brother Naija season 5 Housemate, Aisha Umaru simply known as Kaisha for taking part in Big Brother Naija show having known it’s forbidden in Muslim religion.

According to the man’s Twitter post, no sensible Muslim parents would ever allow their daughter to join BBNaija.

He went on the question the part of Hausa Kaisha comes from because if she had hailed from Fulani, shyness and modest which are part of the tribe’s culture wouldn’t allow her participate in the show.

Saleem’s tweet reads

“No sensible man from Arewa would ever allow his daughter to join #BBNaija bruh. I wonder which part of the NORTH this “Aisha/Kaisha” comes from exactly. If she’s a Northerner, then definitely she’s not Hausa/Fulani, because Shyness & Modesty are part of our culture too.

“Those of you asking how i come to know about Aisha if i don’t watch BB, i guess y’all forget why we are on Twitter. I don’t and will never watch #BBNaija”

Besides, Aisha Umaru simply known as Kaisha is a 25-year-old entrepreneur from Sokoto state. She considers herself a great team player who gets along with people. Kaisha relies on a healthy diet and is God-fearing.

She made it as one of the other 20 housemates selected for the 5th season of Africa’s biggest reality show.

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During lockdown, Kaisha said she learnt talking to herself and didn’t know she could do that as it was weird but effective.

She lives by the words “Never give up. You never know what might happen. Keep trying and keep pushing.”

Kaisha said her biggest achievement was when she finished her skincare line, she was really proud of herself.

Source: ValidUpdates

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