Outspoken former Big Brother Naija housemate, Khafi has sealed an endorsement deal with The Temple Company.
The fascinating reality star and UK-based Police officer revealed this via her Instagram page. Khafi noted that she has joined the Temple company. Khafi took to Instagram some minutes ago to announce the birth of her new deal with the company. Furthermore, she tagged it a dream come true.
In her words:
“Guys I can finally break my silence!! I am so pleased to announce that I have joined @thetemplecompany family!!!
When I say that every dream is valid, I truly believe it and I believe it for all of us!! The sky isn’t the limit, it’s the starting point!! #acupofkhafi #temple #khafinated #Khafinators”
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In other news, the Civil Liberties Organisation (CLO) has urged the Federal Government to ban the Big Brother Naija, BBNaija show from the nation’s television telecast space.
The Chairman of CLO, Anambra chapter, Mr Vincent Ezekwueme, made the call on Thursday while speaking with a correspondent in Enugu.
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Ezekwueme said that the yearly cable television show only makes negative impact and influence on Nigerians especially youths.
He appealed to the National Assembly as a matter of morality, enact laws that would ban the airing of BBNaija in Nigeria.
Read what he said below:
“It was a painful, shameful, negative and devastating impact on our youths, culture and society. Our religious leaders and moralists should rise up and speak against the evils in society.
“Wealth without wisdom is one of the worst blunders of the world,’’ he said.
Ezekwueme also called on the Minister of Information and Culture, Mr Lai Mohammed, to constitute men of impeccable integrity to unravel if the show had anything in tandem with culture, tradition and belief in Nigeria.
“This is necessary in order to restore morality, core value, good orientations and culture on our youths,’’ he said.
He, however, advised companies or groups embarking on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to put national interest and morality uppermost in their consideration.
“Affluent Nigerians should emulate Chief Allen Onyema of Air Peace by channelling their wealth in positive areas meant to improve the lives and well being of all Nigerians,’’ he added.