- BBNaija 2020 housemate, Prince, recently left a lot of viewers impressed following his recent remarks in the house
- In a recent conversation with Praise, he spoke about men who have issues being in relationships with women who are financially more buoyant
- According to him, such men suffer from low self-esteem
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The 2020 BBNaija housemates are no doubt gaining more fans as the day goes by. Prince is certainly winning people over and his recent remarks in the house about relationships.
In a recent conversation with fellow housemate and fitness trainer, Praise, Prince spoke about men who have issues dating women who are more financially stable than them.
According to him, men who have these types of men have low self-esteem as that is the only reason they'd be threatened by a lady's financial stability.
"If you are dating a lady that is more financially buoyant than you are, and you are aware of it, if you can’t cope with that situation, you leave the relationship. Actually, I feel it is low self-esteem that would make somebody feel threatened by a lady who is more financially stable” he said.
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Meanwhile, a young lady identified as Queen Elenora (@Lenorapauly) took to Twitter to recount an unforgettable experience she had after she discovered that her rescuer during that time was Prince.
Elenora expressed her surprise that the housemate was really a prince as she lamented missing her chance with him. According to her, she was at a house party in Lekki in 2019 when she was harassed and almost assaulted. The young lady said she was sent out by 1 am because she refused to sleep with one of the guys.
The lady continued that she was unable to get cabs willing to take her to the mainland and that she already gave up when Prince stopped with his own Uber ride and asked her to join.
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In another report, a Nigerian researcher identified as Dr Eugene Ohu has won a $234,000 (N90,395,019) grant from the Templeton World Charity Foundation.
The researcher at the Lagos Business School won the grant to conduct a two-year virtual reality research titled Teaching Children Empathy and Compassion through Virtual Reality Games.
The disclosure was made by the school, which stated on its website that the project will explore the potentials of virtual reality (VR) for character development, How Africa reports.
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