Lagos – Lagos State’s deportation spree has taken a new dimension as state officials announce the decision to deport Big Brother Africa housemate, Beverly Osu, once the reality show ends or when she is voted out - which ever comes first.
This follows the controversy created when the state allegedly deported poor people who where found to not be paying any form of state taxes.
The decision to deport Miss Osu, according the special assistant on deportation, is based on the negative image the young lady has given to the youth of the state.
According to the civil servant, unlike Miss Osu, the youth of Lagos, particularly young women, do not engage in premarital sex. That she, Miss Osu, openly talks about former sexual relationships and actually participated in one in the Big Brother house demonstrates that she is not truly a Lagosian. For this reason, the state has reached the decision to deport her should she try to return to the state.
The official, however, hinted that the state government may decide to show mercy and accept her back into the Lagos community to be rehabilitated, on the condition that she immediately joins a Redeem Church on her return to Nigeria. This olive branch, the PA said, would be extended to Miss Osu should she win the reality game show.
- Ngozi A.