The team responsible for promoting Big Brother Naija 2018 housemate, Tobi Bakre, has come out to defend him concerning doubts about his age. Many have claimed that the reality tv star cannot be 23 years old as claimed, simply because he looks way too matured for that age.
Via a social media post, the team made it known that Tobi Bakre graduated at the age of 23 and got a job with Heritage Bank. Read their post below.
”How Well Do You Know Tobi ?
Your boy likes to keep things under wraps (Pun Intended). However, today is expose Tobo G day.
Tobi comes from a family of very smart and very driven people. He got into secondary school at age 10 (skipping Primary 5 and 6). At the tender age of 14, while still in SS2, his excellent performance earned him a spot at the prestigious Finance B.Sc program at University of Lagos. He graduated at 18 with second class honours(upper division). In early 2014, a year after graduation and just completed NYSC, he bagged a spot on the Heritage Bank Graduate Development Program.
His brilliant performance in the program had him posted to the bank’s treasury division- a division generally acknowledged as the brain of any bank. His exceptional performance on the job earned him second place in the Early Career Achievement Award. He went on to successfully complete the first level of the CFA program”.
Tobi has been known to be in a relationship with fellow housemate, Cee-C. However, few days ago, he revealed that he’s done with her as he’s gotten all he ever needed from her.
In his words;
“I have gotten all I needed from Cee-c. She has shown me all I needed to see and I no longer have anything to do with her, I’m telling you the truth. “In the first two weeks of our stay here, I love her genuinely. But later I discovered she wasn’t it, you understand? “See, that girl is poisonous. I’m not apologetic for anything.”
Reacting to the new change, Cee-C put him up for eviction and gave reasons below.
”I want Tobi to know how it feels to be nominated.
”He is too relax, If I don’t put him up, he wont be strong in the game.”