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Steve Onu aka  Yaw is behind  Multichoice in the on-going controversy over the production of Big Brother Nigeria reality TV show in South Africa. While many Nigerians are criticizing the outfit,Yaw has something to say and it all boils down to electricity.
“Multi-choice has said there are several reasons why the on-going Big Brother Nigeria reality TV show is being produced in South Africa. Logistics is one of them. The company already has heavy production equipment in South Africa which could be very difficult to bring into Nigeria for the show.
“But most importantly, to provide uninterrupted electricity for the 72 days required for the show to succeed in Nigeria will not be easy.Let the government fix power problem, I can assure you that a lot of youth empowerment shows will happen in this country.
“Nigeria has the manpower and the technical know-how to do a lot of these things but let me reiterate, the government should fix power issues, and we’ll see wonders happen in this country, and Big Brother Nigeria will never happen in South Africa Again. But I must admit, had the show been staged in Nigeria, a lot of our people would have been empowered.”
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