Tega, an ex-housemate on Big Brother Naija ‘Shine Ya Eye’, has reunited with her spouse following her eviction from the show on Sunday.

The couple was seen clutching to each other in a long hug in a video released on Tuesday when they reunited for the first time since his wife’s eviction.

Tega was seen crying as she hugged her spouse for a long time.

The couple shared a passionate kiss in front of bystanders, who teased them and cheered them on.

This comes after she apologized directly to her husband and Nigerians in an Instagram video, claiming responsibility for her actions.

Kemi Filani News investigated and discovered that she had removed previous posts from her verified Instagram page.

Watch the video below:

Tega made headlines last week while still on the show with a video that went viral that showed her kissing fellow contestant Boma while in bed.

She also kissed Boma in front of the housemates, and he spanked her in the executive lounge.

Tega’s husband said in an interview on Monday that if she apologizes to him, he will forgive her, despite the fact that he hasn’t spoken to her since her eviction.

However, Tega said that she had spoken to her spouse and they are ‘good’ with each other.

Their emotional reunion backs up her claims, as she clung to him for a long period before sharing a lengthy passionate kiss amid applause from the audience.

Nnamdi Kanu

The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, has asked an Abia State High Court to order the federal government to release him.

Kanu, through his lawyer, Aloy Ejimakor, also prayed the court to order the Nigerian Government to pay him N5 billion as compensation, for infringing on his fundamental human rights.

Ejimakor disclosed in a statement he signed on Tuesday.

He urged the court to compel the Nigerian government to release the IPOB leader.

According to Ejimakor: “Today, I secured an order from the High Court of Abia State to serve by substituted an application for enforcement of the fundamental rights of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, which I recently brought before the High Court of Abia…