Coronavirus: Yemi Alade flaunts advises fans to always wash hands

Coronavirus: Yemi Alade flaunts advises fans to always wash hands

- Yemi Alade has taken to social media to dish out some health advice on the coronavirus

- The singer who shared a video of herself with some bundles of money, advised people to always wash their hands

- The singer is one amongst many other Nigerian celebrities who have react the to the outbreak of the virus

As the novel coronavirus continues to spread in Nigeria with five more confirmed cases, many Nigerians are taking extra care to keep themselves protected and celebrities are not left out.

Joining many Nigerian celebrities to react to the pandemic is Yemi Alade. The sensational singer recently took to social media to create awareness about the virus in a rather interesting and unique way.

Taking to her Instagram page, the self-acclaimed king of queens, shared a video of herself, mock-dialing someone with some bundles of naira notes. Shortly after speaking to the person who accuses her of using 'dirty money to call him', she then advises fans to always wash their hands after touching money.

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Sharing the video, she also makes a reference to the trending 'egungun': "Tell Your Local Egungun to Sanitize Too oo "

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Still on the pandemic disease, music star Tiwa Savage has joined thousands of several other Nigerians that have reacted after the third novel coronavirus case was 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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Meanwhile, although many people are consciously taking precautionary steps, businesses are still going on as usual. Many students are still going to school, traders are going to the market and workers are still resuming to their places of work.

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Recently, a Nigerian woman simply identified as Ndi Kato shared a personal experience she had with her child’s school.

The mother of one took to the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to reveal what her son’s school management told her when she called to ask for the steps they are taking to prevent their students from contracting the infectious disease.

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