- Comedian Ali Baba has advised Nigerians to take precautionary measures during the coronavirus pandemic
- The comedian shared a post on social media, advising people not to tempt God by binding and casting instead of protecting themselves
- Ali Baba also told people not to let men of God use religious escapism to drive them to suicide
Nigerian comedian Atunyota Alleluya Akpobome, professionally known as Ali Baba, has taken to social media to advise Nigerians during the coronavirus pandemic. The comedian advised people to take precautionary measures.
The comedian shared a post on his Instagram page with a photo of a man holding a bible shouting at a gigantic parasite. The man was telling the parasite that represents coronavirus that God is bigger than it.
In his post, the comedian advised Nigerians not to tempt God during this time. He said people should not let anyone in religious positions use religious escapism to drive them into committing suicide by not taking precautions against the virus.
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Ali Baba said coronavirus is not a joke. He said this is not the time to bind and cast things away. He said people should wash their hands, maintain social distances, and avoid public gatherings.
He said Mecca and the Vatican are empty and churches are temporarily closed down in other countries. He added that borders are closed and visas have been canceled in other countries.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that amidst the fear of coronavirus that has gripped several countries across the world, popular Nigerian clergyman, Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua aka TB Joshua of the Synagogue Church of All Nations came out to ease the fears of his congregation and members of the public.
The man of God recently made some declaration while he was preaching at the Sunday service of his church which held on March 15, 2020. According to Joshua, the coronavirus is going to make its way out of the world just like it came.
Explaining himself in more specific terms, the clergyman categorically stated that before the end of March, the virus will become a thing of the past, and this will not be because of any cure that medical experts may have come up with. According to the SCOAN religious leader, by Friday, March 27, the virus will be no more.
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