Organisers of the favored tv actuality present, Massive Brother Naija (BBNaija), have introduced that season seven (7) of the present will start on July 23.
Teeming thousands and thousands of Nigerians, as regular, who’re followers of the present have been ready for such information because the actions within the BBNaija home are all the time among the many highest trending subjects throughout the nation particularly among the many youths.



The spokesperson for Multichoice, Busola Tejumola, on Tuesday whereas saying the date additionally introduced that the winner of this season which is anticipated to run for 72 days can be blessed with a grand prize of N100million.

A breakdown of the prize in keeping with Tejumola, confirmed that the winner will obtain a N50 million money prize and N50 million value of different prizes from the present’s sponsors.
In the meantime, other than the grand prize, BBNaija housemates often have the alternatives to win numerous video games value thousands and thousands of naira, automobiles and international journey tickets.
Some previous individuals and winners of the truth TV present have additionally come out as millionaires and nationwide celebrities.
Not a couple of have been gained endorsements from firms whereas some have been provided appointments by their state governments.
SaharaReporters noticed that that is in stark distinction with greatest graduating college students and First Class graduates from numerous federal and state-owned universities within the nation who’ve repeatedly been awarded paltry sums of N2,000 and N5,000 after 4 to 6 years educational labour.
Worst of the unlucky actuality within the Nigerian educational sector is that there is no such thing as a government-owned college in Nigeria the place undergraduates and even postgraduate college students get pleasure from half of the luxurious of life the BBNaija individuals get pleasure from within the BBNaija Home inside the interval they spend there.
SaharaReporters final 12 months reported how the College of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN) in 2021 rewarded three greatest graduating college students with 4.63 GPA every with a money prize of N500 every.




The award tagged Sir Odumegwu Memorial Prize for one of the best graduating pupil was valued at N1,500 by which the establishment boldly indicated that the three greatest graduating college students had been to share the prize amongst themselves together with Nwankwo Esther Nnenna of Division of Accountancy, Okoye Emmanuel Obinna and Ugwuanyi Chinenye Callista of Division of Banking and Finance.
Equally, a Nigeria Deposit Insurance coverage Company Prize valued at N1,000 was given to the identical greatest graduating pupil.
Extra ridiculously, the Anambra State College, Igbariam, now Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu College (COOU), in 2017 rewarded a Mass Communication Division greatest graduating Pupil, Greatest Somadina, with a tuber of yam and a fowl.
Somadina in an interview with the BBC after his commencement mentioned individuals questioned if he was a local physician to be given yam and fowl for a sacrifice.
“Folks anticipated me to get a present associated to books, however once I obtained yam and fowl they began laughing, questioning whether or not I’m a local physician. If I had obtained a laptop computer, or N500,000 to assist me for Grasp’s diploma, it will have made extra sense,” he mentioned.
However that was not all as a result of the Ekiti State College (EKSU) in the identical 2017 awarded one of the best graduating pupil of the Division of Civil Engineering, Bamisaye Tosin N100 (100 naira) on award tagged ‘AdoEkiti Patriotic Entrance Prize Award.
Additionally, the College of Ibadan prides itself with Chief M.Okay.O. Abiola Prize in College Sports activities with an annual prize of N200 awarded to one of the best all spherical sportsman and sportswoman of the 12 months in the whole College, and Dr. Moji Oyebola Prize for one of the best disabled graduating pupil within the College, valued at N750.00 (seven hundred and fifty Naira).
The ridiculous record is quite a few from numerous federal and state-owned universities in Nigeria, the “big of Africa” and probably the most populous African nation with over 60% of its inhabitants as youths, most of whom are graduates.
Solely few non-public universities, as an illustration, Caleb College, Imota in Lagos, which have gone as commendable as awarding the sum of N5 million every to its 2020/2021 three greatest graduating college students, together with Iredia Ejehi of the Laptop Science Division who was the general greatest feminine graduating pupil with a 4.92 CGPA, Ifezue Humphrey of the identical Laptop Science Division who was the general greatest male graduating pupil with a 4.84 CGPA and Mrs. Olufunso Fasuyi who got here out as one of the best graduating Put up Graduate Pupil.
Regardless of the nation’s richness in mineral and human assets, the Nigerian training sector has not solely continued to deteriorate however is totally useless and forgotten.
The Nigerian college college students have been at house for over 4 months as a result of the Educational Employees Union of Universities (ASUU) has been on strike since February 14th over quite a few points together with funding of government-owned universities; however the present precedence of Nigerian leaders is the 2023 normal elections, with unrewarded, forgotten and jobless graduates being utilized by the politicians for one damaging egocentric curiosity or the opposite.
Within the 2022 federal funds, solely N355.47billion was allotted to the Ministry of Training for 44 Universities; N112.46 billion allotted for 33 Polytechnics and N77.62 billion allotted for 27 Schools of Training throughout the nation. This sums as much as a complete of N545.55 billion allotted to universities, polytechnics and schools of training within the nation, whereas the nation is anticipated to spend N3.87million on debt servicing based mostly on revised funds.
Whereas the Nationwide Meeting – the Senate and the Home of Representatives had been allotted the sum of N139billion with N5billion for a Library challenge and one other N300 million for e-Library initiatives.



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