After what seemed like an eternity of going back and forth, Mina finally threw the tension out the window and made peace.

After the Task festivities, things took a bit of a turn and the slope went slippery when Alex decided to put on her good friend cloak and confronted Nina about her ‘post-breakup’ behaviour; mentioning that Miracle was in fact hurt by all that has happened, but simply found solace in the company of the rest of the Housemates. Thanks to Nina’s new found stubbornness however, it all went south real quick.

Seeing as Nina refused to initiate their peace making process, Alex decided to play mediator and true enough, convinced Miracle to engage and hear Nina out. The festivities took place in the confined bathroom space that only seemed to get smaller as the tension between the not so former lovebirds grew. It was pretty clear that Nina was adamant in her pursuit for sentimental justice and despite having a rather messy approach, she managed to put her point across, displaying the ‘not so naïve’ side to her and in not so many words, letting Miracle know that she was close to not caring anymore.

Miracle on the other hand had enough calm for the both them and even though he looked confused and rather uninterested for more than half the time, he managed to get his very well-articulated point across and explained how he drew his conclusions; confirming what Alex had said about him taking an emotional knock thanks to her ‘bff’ reference but deciding against self-pity and isolation.

Through the rolling of eyes and having almost the entire House as jury in this specialised court session, Miracle and Nina’s apologies followed the oath-taking format as per the mediators Anto, Alex and Tobi and after a while of verbal pushing, pulling and shoving, love won, low-key though.
The winds of forgiveness seem to have blown about overnight because unlike last night when the two refused to even seal their apologies with a handshake; today saw them locking hands, call it morning glory. Mina is back!

Housemates Personalized The Education Task And Presented Very Practical Ideas.

Following the goals for education Task that saw the Housemates score a total of 8 goals and bagging an equivalent ₦ 800 000 collectively, they made their way to the Arena for the final part of their Airtel Touching lives Task. The Housemates showed to have put a lot of thought into their individual presentations and judging by their overall performances, the issue at hand hit home and despite there only being one winner, all of them made very valid points.

The Housemates were initially Tasked to pick local primary schools in their communities that would benefit from their performances in the Task and as such assuming the roles of benefactors and special advisers on education. Nina was the first Housemate to deliver her pitch and with a reasonable amount or articulation, made mention that equality in education was the first point she’d raise as adviser. Alex and Tobi shared the idea, highlighting the fact that educating children is a collective responsibility, especially in one’s immediate community.

Khloe and Miracle used their own experiences to put their points across, mentioning that practical education is more effective than bombarding students with theory that they might not necessarily understand, also highlighting the fact that children’s brains are like blank pages, whatever is inscribed on them, influences their overall development.

Cee-C gave a rather unique take on the issue, also placing her own experiences at the centre, rhetorically asking of what use it was educating young people who don’t know who they are and mentioning that the greatest tragedy is not untimely death but what dies inside of us while we’re alive. Lolu on the other hand highlighted the core and long term benefits of equal access to education, while Anto brought the winning pitch, bringing practicality to the table and proposing that physical education be a compulsory part of a basic education system as it aids in healthy academics.

According to stats, one in four Sub-Saharan people reside in Nigeria, making it the most populous country in Africa, with a census placing it on more than 180 million people. As such, the approach towards bettering education as one of the most basic of services owed to the people has evolved along the years and with such attitudes towards the latter, the future looks promising.

ANTO WINS THE AIRTEL POLICY FOR EDUCATION PRESENTATION. . . Earlier, HMs participated in a “Score for Money” activity where each HMs was given the opportunity to score 5 goals. Each goal scored will earn their preferred school 100k, money which will be spent on educational material. Some HM scored 2 goals, some scored 1 while some scored none. However at the beginning of this Education Policy Pitch, Big Brother changes the game by combining all goals(money earned) together amounting to a total of N800,000. He then declared that the total amount would be given to the HM who wins the presentation. Anto won. Which means her preferred school would get 800k worth of educational materials. . Day 73 . . . #doublewahala #bbnaija3 #bbnaija2018 #bbnaijaupdates #bbnaijafanpage #bbnaijadoublewahala #bigbrothernaija2018 #bigbrothernaijadoublewahala #bigbrothernigeria #thatgidigirl #ricoswavey #ceec #tobi #lolu #miracle #anto #alex #nina #khloe

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