#BBNaija: Nigerians blast Erica fans for opening #GoFundMe account, donating over $14k to her after disqualification

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BBNaija: Nigerians blast Erica fans for opening GoFundMe account, donating over $14k to her after disqualification

Las las, this life no balance”, this among others were a number of the reactions that trailed the GoFundMe campaign launched for disqualified Big Brother Naija Season 5 Housemate, Erica Ngozi Nlewedim.

Barely 3 hours after her disqualification, a GoFundMe campaign was launched by fans to support her “dreams”, Vanguard reported that more

Barely 3 hours after her disqualification, a GoFundMe campaign was launched by fans to support her “dreams”, Vanguard reported that more than $9,000 was raised.

As at the time of this publication, the donation has increased to over $14,000.

Based on comments gathered under the post after our publication, it appears the action didn’t settle well with some Nigerians who claimed it had been a misplaced priority.

Among the primary to criticise the campaign was Comrade Deji Adeyanju @adeyanjudeji who tweeted: “They have opened a Go Fund Me for disqualified Big Brother house mate -Erica yet they insult those that hold Govt accountable. My generation is acting unaware of all the troubles & suffering within the country. It’s like we would like to suffer for 600yrs.”

In a follow-up reaction, early Monday, he posted; “The Go Fund Me they opened for disqualified BBNaija housemate late last night is now on the brink of $15k. LMAO. Which way Nigeria?”

Among the primary to criticise the campaign was Comrade Deji Adeyanju @adeyanjudeji who tweeted: “They have opened a Go Fund Me for disqualified Big Brother house mate -Erica yet they insult those that hold Govt accountable. My generation is acting unaware of all the troubles & suffering within the country. It’s like we would like to suffer for 600yrs.”

In a follow-up reaction, early Monday, he posted; “The Go Fund Me they opened for disqualified BBNaija housemate late last night is now on the brink of $15k. LMAO. Which way Nigeria?”

Deji Adeyanju’s Twitter account bio reads; “Activist. Prisoner of Conscience. Fighting for the people. Convener, @ConcernedNIG”

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