- Nigerians have reacted in several ways to the much-anticipated reality TV show, Ultimate Love, as it debuted on the air
- While many are expectant of what the show holds, many say it seems somewhat boring from the start
- Irrespective of the feeling about the show, Nigerians have started choosing their favourites among the contested
As the reality TV show, Ultimate Love, went live on Sunday, February 9, Nigerians had so much to say from the way the live show of the event was hosted and how the contestants spoke on TV.
It should be noted that unlike BBNaija where the monitor of the house called big brother is not seen, this one has a visible aunty called Adesuwa Onyenokwe.
A twitter user with the name T Franklin commented on the rating of the programme, telling people not to complain when things go 18+.
Some others commented on the contestants even before the real show begins.
A particular Twitter user spoke about how Biggie (referring to BBNaija big brother) converted the house well for this show.
Aunty Ada, another user on the platform, said she foresaw that there would be a central figure that will coordinate things in the house.
There were several others who were not happy with the way the show started.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the housemates of the show were revealed on Sunday, February 9.
In the show, single men and women will be battling for love as they live under the same roof for months as they carry out different tasks.
While this brings to mind the popular TV show, BBNaija, it is totally different because the main goal of this show is to nurture love that will lead to marriage.
In other news, popular Nollywood actress and media personality, Mercy Aigbe, told women in her popular YouTube vlog that marriage is not an achievement.
Among other things she said in the vlog was that the institution is overrated. It should be noted that the single mother of two separated from her husband, Lanre Gentry in 2018.
She spoke about how African mothers are always of the idea that their daughters should remain in a man’s house.
Still, on the institution, she said that for marriage to work, the two people involved have to take responsibilities instead of “heaping everything on women.”
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“Our mothers brought us up, as women, to take whatever our partners do to us. They tell us to take it because we want to remain in a man’s house.
To me, it is not an achievement. Let’s just say as it is - marriage is overrated. It takes two people to make it work; it’s not just about the women. But, everybody keeps heaping all the responsibilities on the woman. That shouldn’t be," she said.
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