Saga has once again unraveled what was built to end happily to another sad rush as we continue to follow the dramatic BBNaija season6 classic.
The search for Nini ended after she successfully came out of her hiding place. Saga has now come out to reveal why he is not happy with how everything unfolded. Information Guide Nigeria
Saga said, “I’m happy to see her but I’m still angry. I’m not happy because I even felt genuine emotions, I can’t lie.
“I’m not happy that I had to just display such emotions on TV like that, for nothing. That’s why I just shut up my mouth. I didn’t want to talk too much.”
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