Bbnaija's Erica calls for protesters in Nigeria to stop being thugs looting and vandalizing fellow Nigerians' shops.
Erica was not happy with what the people of Nigeria are doing during the protests happening in Nigeria right now. The former Big Brother Naija Lockdown housemate went to Twitter to tweet about how people should stop killing hard work of fellow Nigerians and to focus on fighting who they are suppose to fight this time.
This is what she tweeted :
"Now thugs are looting and vandalizing shops in lekki! These are businesses of fellow citizens! The fight is against our oppressors, this makes no sense!"
We got to know Erica when she joined the Big Brother Naija Lockdown house earlier this year. A lot of people have grown to love her when she was in the house before she was disqualified for breaking the Big Brother house rules and now that she is outside of the house.
Recently she was giving people who are protesting in her country food during the protests which showed that she has a good heart.
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