COVID-19 is a scam, just malaria lungs flu - Singer Slimcase

COVID-19 is a scam, just malaria lungs flu - Singer Slimcase

- Nigerian singer Slimcase has reacted to the continued spread of the coronavirus pandemic

- The singer while reacting to a post on Instagram noted that the pandemic is a scam

- Slimcase likened COVID-19 to malaria and claimed it would self-cure under two weeks

Nigerian singer Oluwafemi Oladapo Oke-Eko popularly known has Slimcase has joined several other individuals who continue to doubt the existence of the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Just recently, Legit.ng sighted the remarks of the singer in the comment section of a post shared on the photo-sharing app, Instagram.

The post entailed a story about the president of the United States of America, Donald Trump, disclosing that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) agency had approved the use of chloroquine for the treatment of coronavirus in infected people.

Reacting to the post, Slimcase noted that he had been telling people that the global pandemic was all a scam.

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According to him, the virus can be liked to malaria. He said in two weeks, the virus will self-cure in infected people.

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The music star said: “I told you all this is a scam. Covid is just malaria lung flu in two weeks it will self-cure, so what is the point.”

Still in a related story about the virus, Legit.ng previously reported that five new cases of coronavirus (Covid-19) have been officially confirmed in Nigeria, bringing the number of the victims to eight as the deadly virus spreads beyond borders.

The new cases were confirmed by the special adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari on new media, Tolu Ogunlesi, on Wednesday, March 18, barely twenty-four hours after the third case was reported.

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In a series of tweet, Ogunlesi said four of the victims are Nigerians who just came from the United States of America and United Kingdom.

Ogunlesi also claimed that one of the four new Nigerian victims is a 6-week old baby — the youngest victim reported so far.

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