Bisi Alimi shares heartbreaking conversation with parents over coronavirus

Bisi Alimi shares heartbreaking conversation with parents over coronavirus

- Bisi Alimi has taken to social media to open up on his recent conversation with his parents

- The gay rights activist revealed he asked them how they wished to die

- According to Alimi, this is in view of how coronavirus has spread across the world

- Alimi who admitted it was a hard conversation to have, urged people to remain in their homes as the virus is real

As the spread of COVID-19 also known as coronavirus continues to spread across Nigeria, many citizens have been thrown into fear at what to expect.

For abroad-based gay rights activist Bisi Alimi however, it appears he knows exactly what to expect and seems to have taken necessary measures to prepare for the worst.

Alimi whose parents reside in Nigeria revealed he recently had a difficult conversation with them over the continuous spread of the virus which has claimed thousands of lives.

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He revealed he asked them to choose how they wish to die; either alone in isolation or with their children around them. He shared screenshots of the Facebook post on his Instagram page.

Part of the post reads: "Last night I called my parents and say something a child shouldn’t say, I told them they can choose how they wish to die; alone in isolation or with their children around them. I know this is not really a nice thing to say, but I have to say it cos we live in extraordinary time. When I called, my dad was out and I was upset. He is over 80 and my mum 70."

Alimi whose dad is past 80 and mum, 70, admitted that it was a difficult conversation that had to happen considering how extreme the world is.

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He further advised people to remain at home in order to stay protected from the virus as nothing is worth their death.

"I had this very painful conversation with my parents last night. I know many will call it extreme but we live in an extreme world now. I want to say this loud and clear, this is no mosque, no church, no politicians or political party that is worth your death.

I know this are hard for so many in Nigeria, no light, water, money or even food, and I beat with you, but at the same time when this is over, only the living will count stock and go shopping. PLEASE STAY AT HOME! "

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Meanwhile, at a time when Nigeria has been thrown into pandemonium over the rapid spread of coronavirus, a message from Nigerian man of God, Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin seems to many people like great news.

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In a video shared to YouTube, the man of God claimed that God revealed to him that the coronavirus pandemic will soon be over. In a service which took place on March 21, he revealed that in a month and a week, the virus will be gone.

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