BBNaija Kaisha biography: Meet BBNaija Aisha Umaru

Here is the biography and all we know about BBNaija Season 5 Lockdown housemate, Kaisha Aisha Umaru.

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Aisha Umaru is a 25-year-old entrepreneur from Sokoto state. This adventurous young woman considers herself a great team player who gets along with people. She relies on a healthy diet and is God-fearing.


What new habit or skill did you acquire during lockdown? Talking to myself. I didn’t know I could do that. It was weird but effective.

What are your words to live by? Never give up. You never know what might happen. Keep trying and keep pushing.

What’s your biggest achievement? When I finished my skincare line, I was really proud of myself.

Kaisha’s decision to participate in the 2020 edition of the Big Brother Naija show, has drawn a bit of controversy among Arewa Twitter users.

A Twitter user identified as @AM_Saleeem, blasted her for participating in the show, stating that no sensible northerner would have allowed his daughter go on such show.

Reacting to the inclsuion of the female housemate of Northern origin, specifically from Sokoto, the Twitter user stated that ladies from the part of the country are shy and modest and he doubts if Kaisah is truly from that end.

He tweeted;

No sensible man from Arewa would ever allow his daughter to join #BBNaija bruh. I wonder which part of the NORTH this “Aisha/Kaisha” comes from exactly. If she’s a Northerner, then definitely she’s not Hausa/Fulani, because Shyness & Modesty are part of our culture too.

Those of you asking how i come to know about Aisha if i don’t watch BB, i guess y’all forget why we are on Twitter. I don’t and will never watch

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