Tiwa Savage expresses concern over new coronavirus case in Nigeria

Tiwa Savage expresses concern over new coronavirus case in Nigeria

- Singer Tiwa Savage has reacted to the third case of novel coronavirus that was recently recorded in Lagos, Nigeria

- The music star wondered why the FG is yet to close the country’s borders

- Savage also stressed the need for Nigerian citizens returning to the country to get tested and be isolated for 14 days

Music star Tiwa Savage has joined thousands of several other Nigerians that have reacted to the news of a third novel coronavirus case that has been recorded in Lagos, Nigeria.

The Attention crooner who seemed disturbed by the news took to her Instastory channel to react.

Tiwa wondered why the FG is yet to close the Nigerian borders in order to prevent the situation from getting worse than what is currently on record.

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Explaining herself further in a different post, the much-loved singer noted that she understands that Nigerian citizens cannot be stopped from returning to their country.

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She, however, submitted that such people should be made to undertake tests and also stay isolated for 14 days in order to keep the spread of the virus in check.

Check out the post shared by the singer below:

Tiwa Savage speaks on new coronavirus case in Nigeria

Singer Tiwa Savage speaks about coronavirus on her Instastory channel. Photo:@tiwasavage
Source: Instagram

Some hours ago, Legit.ng reported that Nigeria confirmed its third case of coronavirus in Lagos as the deadly infection spreads more across African countries. The new Covid-19 case was disclosed by the commissioner of health in Lagos state, Professor Akin Abayomi via his official Twitter handle, @ProfAkinAbayomi, on Tuesday, March 17.

According to the health commissioner, the patient is a 30-year-old Nigerian woman who returned from the United Kingdom to Lagos on Friday, March 13.

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Still in a related coronavirus story, Legit.ng previously gathered that clergyman TB Joshua eased the mind of his congregation over the much-dreaded virus. The man of God categorically declared that the virus will be over by Friday, March 27th.

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TB Joshua noted that it is not medicine that brought about the virus, as such no medicine can be used to cure it.

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