BBNaija 2020: Why I Cannot Be In A Relationship With Kiddwaya – Erica

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Big Brother Naija, BBNaija female housemate, Erica has dashed the hope of any romantic relationship with Kiddwaya in the reality show.

 

Both housemates since the beginning of the show showed interest and likeness for each other.

 

However, Erica on Thursday night cleared the air as she told Wathoni that she is just flirting with Kiddwaya.

 

According to her, she cannot date Kiddwaya even if she’s blind, adding that they have just physical and no mental connection.

Erica said: “I and Kidd, we just flirt with each other, make jokes and have no deep connection.

 

“If I was blind, I would not be attracted to Kiddwaya.

 

“I love mental connection, right now it’s just physical, it will end in tears for me so I’ll rather just be making jokes with him.”

She also told Laycon that she needs a serious relationship at her age and does not want to rush anything with Kiddwaya and have another heartbreak.

 

Meanwhile, Herald.ng earlier reported that former FIFA President Sepp Blatter has called for the suspension of his successor, Gianni Infantino, by the global football body after criminal proceedings were opened against Infantino in Switzerland.

Swiss authorities said on Thursday that proceedings had been launched against the current FIFA boss by a special prosecutor looking into meetings he had with the Swiss Attorney-General, Michael Lauber.

Lauber and Infantino have, however, denied any wrongdoing.

“For me, the situation is clear that the FIFA ethics committee has to open a case against Mr Infantino and so it has to suspend him,” Blatter, 84, said in a statement to Reuters.

FIFA did not immediately reply to a request for comments on Blatter’s statement.

Blatter, who was FIFA president for 17 years, himself was suspended and later banned by FIFA’s ethics committee after he became the subject of criminal proceedings in Switzerland in 2015.

The investigation is still ongoing and Blatter, who has denied any wrongdoing, has not been charged.

It centred on a payment of two million Swiss francs (1.6 million pounds) made in 2011 to then UEFA President Michel Platini with Blatter’s approval.

Both Blatter and Platini have insisted the payment was for work the Frenchman had done a decade earlier.

Blatter was banned for eight years, but the sentence was reduced to six on appeal, and Platini also for eight years, and reduced to four.

Platini also denied any wrongdoing.

The FIFA ethics committee is divided into an investigatory and an adjudicatory chamber, which since 2017 have been headed by Colombian Maria Claudia Rojas and Greek Vassilios Skouris respectively.

They replaced Swiss Cornel Borbely and German Hans-Joachim Eckert who were ousted when the decision-making FIFA Council decided not to renew their mandates.

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