#BBNaija Day 38: Housemates Discuss Life After Big Brother Nigeria

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Just about the time the day’s Diary sessions were winding down, the #BBNaija housemates convened in the lounge to have an in-depth discussion about what their futures will be like.

The discussion most probably was motivated by the visit of IK Osakioduwa to the #BBNaija house earlier in the day and the housemates didn’t fail to talk about their dreams and aspirations.

In what appeared to be a typical round table manner discussion, the #BBNaija Housemates all but decided to take the advice of IK as regards planning their futures ahead and relying little or basing their future on the winnings of the competition.

IK had earlier advised the #BBNaija housemates to focus on their talents and not on the prize money, calling them to call on their strengths, talents and passion to create unique career path for themselves.

The aim of the round table discussion appeared to be a simple one as each one of the #BBNaija housemates took turns to discuss their individual career paths and objectives with the rest of the House.

During the process of talking about their dreams and aspirations, the remaining Housemates were allowed to give constructive criticisms and advice on how to better improve or fine tune their respective career paths so as to maximize the platform that Big Brother Naija has provided them with.

The #BBNaija Housemates all took turns sharing their career objectives and it was a revealing and refreshing session as all the housemates took advises from each other in their stride, while showing serious commitment aimed at improving themselves and each other.

Despite the fact that they are all in a competition that can only have one winner, it is apparent that every single one of the Housemates on the #BBNaija show is already a winner, and the platform has only made the sky a stepping stone for their future endeavors.

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