Tacha bewails poor treatment of Nigerians in Dubai

Disqualified BBNaija Housemate in 2019, Anita Natacha Akide, better known as Tacha, has lamented the ill rate Nigerians are treated outside the shore of the country.


Sharing experience on her recent travel to Dubai, Tacha lamented how Nigerians are sent back from Dubai regardless of their valid visas or ticket.


She tweeted: “Dubai is really sending Nigerians back to Nigeria even with their valid visas!!! And on top of that when you reach Nigeria!! You’ll be paying an additional fee of N31,000 for whatever reason I don’t even know!!!!


“I can’t even believe it after spending those long hours in transit!! After paying and getting your VISA!! Buying ticket too!! Make Dubai plans And you’ll just be sent back like that!!! Gosh! The humiliation Nigerians face outside Nigeria ehn!! It is just dispiriting.”


Tacha was a housemate of the BBNaija 4. On Day 90, she was ejected from the house.


She was disqualified from the reality show for assaulting her housemate, Mercy.


Mercy also got two strikes as a result of the fight they both had earlier today.


Tacha was the first housemate to be disqualified from the 2019 BBNaija reality show.


Big Brother also reiterated the rules of the reality show while addressing the housemates.


He said, “BBNaija rule book clearly states in Article 18 sub-section 1 that, other types of violence, including provocation, goading, bullying, and victimisation may be punished by Big Brother in any way Big Brother chooses.”


During their altercation earlier in the day, Big Brother had invited both housemates to the Diary Room, where he cautioned them.


However, in spite of his caution, the duo continued to exhibit violent behaviour, with Tacha acting out violently against Mercy, while Mercy visibly restrained herself and was also prevented from being physically violent.


The organisers, Multichoice, also issued a statement to the effect.


Their statement read, “MultiChoice and the show producers, are committed to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all housemates in the Big Brother house at all times. We view incidents such as occurred with Tacha and Mercy in a very serious light and will continue to take necessary action against housemates who break the strict rules of Big Brother.”

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