Kiddwaya's father speaks against discrimination, says son deserves to win show (video)

Kiddwaya's father speaks against discrimination, says son deserves to win show (video)

- Kiddwaya's father Terry Waya said that BBNaija is not only for the poor

- Terry stated this in reaction to people abusing those who are supporting his son because of his rich background

- The housemate's dad noted that the prize money given to the winner of the show comes from both the rich and poor

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BBNaija Kiddwaya's father Terry Waya has addressed people who are against those supporting his son to win the N85m prize money of the reality TV show.

In an Instagram live chat with BBC Pidgin, the billionaire businessman stated that the organisers of the show created it for both the poor and rich.

According to Terry, his son deserves to win the show just like anyone else. Meanwhile, he noted that Kiddwaya isn't just on the show to compete with anyone over the prize money, he revealed that he went for the show to let people know that he can also be entertaining.

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Kiddwaya and his father Terry Waya
Kiddwaya's father speaks about his son winning the BBNaija show. Source: @terrywaya, @kiddwaya
Source: Instagram

"The organisers of the show mean well for people but I started seeing that some people are abusing people like Dele Momodu about why they are supporting a rich man's child. This show is not made for the poor alone, it is not only for people on the streets.

"The money that will be given to the winner of the show is from people watching and it is not only common people who are watching the show. It is not necessary that he wins the money. He did not go there to struggle with anyone.

"He just went there to show people that he can be on the show and entertain people. But people are abusing him about what he wants to do with the money. The way people are abusing those that are supporting my son is not good. The show is created for everyone. Stop the discrimination. We are all the same."

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In other news, earlier reported that Kiddwaya's brother Al Giani spoke about their wealthy background.

Al Giani said that their billionaire father only empowered them with quality education and gave them the opportunity to make their own name.

He described Kiddwaya as a young man who is also trying to chart his own course in life and make the world a better place.

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