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BBNaija: Cubana chief priest campaigns for Bryan

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From Fred Ezeh, Abuja

Celebrity bar man and socialite, Cubana Chief Priest, has thrown his support behind Bryan, one of the housemates at the ongoing Big Brother Naija Level Up, urging his fans to vote for him so he can win the reality TV show.

Cubana Chief Priest, who launched the campaign for Bryan in a video he posted on his Instagram page promised to give N200,000 to anyone that vote with 10 premium or 10 compact plus IUCs for DSTV & GOTV.

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He also promised to give some cash rewards to fans who will vote using various online platforms. “Vote for a reason because you wey de watch deserve to win something too,” he said.

Meanwhile, some tweeps in reaction questioned his decision and reason for choosing to campaign Bryan.

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A tweep, Edwin.elijah said, “I think this is the time we focus on the future of Nigeria by #obidient movement and not Big Brother Naija.

Osasjik said: “You don come again. Na so you take do Whitemoney own bribery. E no go work this time, Sir. Hermes is our winner.

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Another tweep, theofficialchachasongs said, “I love Bryan but Phyna captured my heart for so many reasons. I would have been pushed to vote for Bryan because of the money involved but my heart no gree me.”

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