NYSC Members in Rivers Fight to Touch Tacha of BBNaija [Video]

Tacha of the 2019 Big Brother Naija reality television show has once again proven how influential she is. The star made National Youths Service Corp members in Port Harcourt fight to behold her on Saturday.

NYSC Members in Rivers Fight to Touch Tacha of BBNaija [Video]
NYSC Members in Rivers Fight to Touch Tacha of BBNaija [Video]—

In a viral video on the internet, the members of the corp could not hide their love for the reality TV star as they scramble against each other to behold or even have the chance to touch her.

The heavy presence of security personnel trying to shield her away from the crowd could not do much to a highly excited ‘corpers’ who have apparently gotten the opportunity to see their idol in reality.

This wonderful show of love and support happened when Tacha visited the NYSC Campground in Port Harcourt, Rivers State. Her visit to the camp was one of the events put together to celebrate her ‘homecoming’.The ex-Big Brother Naija reality TV star and entrepreneur returned home to Rivers State weeks after her much-talked-about disqualification from the show.

The Ex-BBNaija housemate, now a video blogger and an Instagram influencer was disqualified on the 89 days of the show after fighting with fellow housemate Mercy in the Reality TV Show tagged Pepper Dem Gang.

When she got to the city on Friday, 8th of November 2019, her bestie in BBNaija house, Sir Dee and a mermaid crowd were on ground to give her a befitting welcome. Afterwards, she went to pay her homage to the incumbent governor of the state, Nyesom Wike.

See the video of her experience in the NYSC Camp below:

 

 

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