Coronavirus: Sinach postpones South Pacific tour to September

Coronavirus: Sinach postpones South Pacific tour to September

- Sinach has postponed her South Pacific tour to September 2020

- In a statement released, the gospel singer stated that she was committed to the well being of her team

- Her decision comes after the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus around the world

The spread of the much talked about coronavirus, has greatly affected the world in many ways. Nigerian gospel singer, Sinach is taking no chances when it comes to staying protected from the virus.

She recently postponed her South Pacific tour to September 2020. In a statement posted to her social media accounts, she stated that she was committed to the well being of her entire team and fans globally.

The statement reads:"The organizers would like to advise that Sinach's South Pacific tour has been postponed to September 2020. Sinach and her team are committed to the wellbeing and care of their entire team, FANS and every person involved globally. As a result of that commitment, the Sinach Live in Concert tour for the South Pacific has been postponed at this time."

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Coronavirus: Nigerian gospel singer Sinach postpones South Pacific tour to September

Sinach postpones South Pacific tour to September
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Recalle a while ago, leader of the "Free the Sheeple" movement, Daddy Freeze, who never misses an opportunity to criticize popular Christian figures, slammed the gospel singer

She had announced she was having a show and on the flyer shared to her Instagram page, there were several prices displayed including a table which cost N5m.

Reacting to this, Daddy Freeze took to his Instagram page to share the flyer, questioning why it would cost so much. He wrote:"Platinum table 5M????How much did Christ charge for the last supper?"

Meanwhile, the Lagos state government says the two men declared wanted for having contact with Nigeria’s index coronavirus case have been found.

The Nation reports that the state's commissioner for health, Prof Akin Abayomi, said the two men were identified within 24 hours after their names were made public. Legit.ng learns that the commissioner made the disclosure on Wednesday, March 11.

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Still on coronavirus-related news, Spain's equality minister, Irene Montero, has tested positive for coronavirus and has been quarantined.

This was disclosed by the government of Spain, The Local news outlet reports. According to the news outlet, she was quarantined with her partner, deputy prime minister and Podemos leader Pablo Iglesias. The minister is in good condition, the government said.

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