- Yinka Ayefele is currently trending online after a photo of him surfaced online
- The musician is pictured with a handkerchief tied around his nose and mouth region
- Many Nigerians have taken to social media to react as most have found it hilarious
As the spread of COVID-19 also known as coronavirus continues to spread in Nigeria at an alarming rate, many Nigerians have been thrown into fear, many of whom have resorted to protecting themselves in various ways.
Celebrities are not left out. However, a recent photo of Nigerian singer, Yinka Ayefele, has proven to Nigerians that not so many know how well they need to protect themselves. In the photo, Ayefele is seen using a handkerchief as a substitute face mask.
The popular singer is seen performing an an event with the white kerchief tied around his nose and mouth region while he holds a microphone with his bare hands. Also noticeable is the lack of any protective gear on his bandmembers.
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The photo which has since circulated the internet, got several reactions from different internet users, most of whom found the feeble attempt by the singer to be ridiculous.
See some reactions below:
obynodaddymuna: "Funny how he covers his nose and uses his hands to touch other things."
mcbukiano: "With handkerchief , alright no problem"
taivirginhair: "Must naija pple party, everyone will b alright last last"
i_am_olorioni: "How he go collect hiz money"
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skynedmedia: "I wonder how the voice will sound"
tharah_c:"The shit is getting real mehn"
mimioflagos: "How is that hanky helping tho"
depersonalshopper: "His band members nko? "
designershub.uk: "What of his hands. It's not just about covering the nose . He must remember to wash his hands before touching his nose, eyes and mouth . Besides that handkerchief is not enough protection ooo. Go get a mask jare (how u go take sing)"
itohan_newton: "With a handkerchief? You must be kidney me"
leaddyskincare: "Is this normal? This is illiteracy of the highest order!♀️"
Still on coronavirus, despite the recent directive given by the Lagos and Ogun state government to halt all gatherings or meetings of more than fifty people in other to curb the spread of coronavirus, some Sunday service gatherings this Sunday, March 22, shows that two churches have failed to follow the directive.
The Winners Chapel, Cannan Land, and Dunamis in Abuja held their Sunday service with more than fifty people in attendance.
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