2018 #BBNaija evicted contestant, Leo Da-Silva has moments ago announced the passing away of his mother, RMO Sanni – the ex-BBN housemate, who left the Big Brother house last week, shared his news on his Instagram.
Leo shared a photo of his late mother, while revealing that he lost his mother earlier today and had to bury according to her Muslim rights.
He then eulogizes her as he wrote,
March 18, 2018. The worst day of my life. I lost my mother and I had to bury my mother today according to her Muslim rights. I remember the day of the Big brother auditions, you forced me to go, you said “you can win it for your business”. You said so far I’m myself, they will adore me. You set the pace for my life. You gave me everything. Today I felt like I could not breathe. Your legacy is that of the greatest woman I have ever known. Rest in peace Alhaja RMO Sanni. Rest in peace legend. Thank you for everything. Till we meet again. Thank you to everyone that has supported me through this ordeal. I’m sorry I couldn’t pick calls.
Her soul rest in peace.
Recall Leo spoke with Sunday Scoop, and he’s revealed that his mother encouraged him to partake in the 2018 edition of the Big Brother Naija reality tv show.
“I do not feel bad that I was evicted from the Big Brother Naija House. I went on the platform so that I could put my business out there and I think I was able to do that. I provide services for people and the more I’m known, the better for my business.
That was the reason my mum made me to go for the audition. If I was able to win the grand prize, it would have been a big bonusbut I am not disappointed; that’s how God wanted it to be. I was the only one in the house who didn’t unpack his luggage because I knew that I could live at any time. I just wanted to sell the real me; I made up my mind not to lose myself because of the money. At the end of it all, my mum was very happy and she said I made her proud.”