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BBNaija 2020: What Nengi told Neo about Ozo after eviction

Nengi during a conversation with Neo after Ozo’s eviction said she is pained about his eviction because she quarreled with him throughout the week.

Nengi told Neo

Big Brother Naija, BBNaija housemate, Nengi has told Neo how she feels about Ozo.

Ozo was evicted from the lockdown house alongside Trikytee.

Nengi during a conversation with Neo after Ozo’s eviction said she is pained about his eviction because she quarreled with him throughout the week.

She added that Ozo is too good for this world and hard to find.

According to her, Ozo wanted to settle differences with her always and hated to see her angry because he was in love with her.

Nengi said: “You have to be an amazing person and I have to know you’re real and Ozo is that kind of person and hard to find.

“Ozo is too good for this world, who would not want to be with him.

“I’m so angry we fought so much throughout the week. Ozo likes me so much and does not want to see me angry.”

 

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