Kemen's family through his brother says that  they have no plans to sue the Big Brother organisers over their son's disqualification.

Kemen Ekerette was disqualified from the reality TV show after he was caught on camera sexually assaulting fellow housemate, TBoss.

Kemen's controversial exit caused an uproar on social media with varied views on the issue.

Mmenimkeakpaniko Ekerette took to his Facebook page on Tuesday, March 7, 2017, to speak on the issue on behalf of the family.

 He said the family has not met with or spoken to anyone regarding the issue.

“While we are yet to hear Kemen’s side of the story, we urge everyone to please disregard this false rumor that is becoming a campaign of calumny to continue to cast Kemen as savage in the eye of the public.” He wrote.