Buhari’s media team needs to be replaced over his Covik one nine video - Uche Jombo

Buhari’s media team needs to be replaced over his Covik one nine video - Uche Jombo

- Actress Uche Jombo has reacted to President Buhari’s address to the nation on coronavirus

- The movie star faulted his media team for putting out the video despite the fact he made a pronunciation error

- Jombo’s post elicited mixed reactions from her followers

Nollywood movie star Uche Jombo recently took to social media in reaction to President Muhammadu Buhari’s speech to Nigerians as it concerns the COVID-19 global pandemic.

In a portion of the clip that surfaced online, the president had a little problem pronouncing the health scare and this got people talking online.

Jombo in a post shared on her Twitter page strongly noted that the media team of the president should be replaced over their failure to handle his mispronunciation of the word.

"The whole of president Buhari social media team needs to be replaced over COVIK ONE NINE video for not correcting him, watched it and shared it," her post read in part.

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Jombo went on to note that the video has resulted in Ghanaians mocking Nigerians. She also added that she hopes people who have been clamouring for the president to address the nation are finally happy.

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See the tweet below:

The screen diva’s post generated mixed reactions from her followers on the social media platform.

“90% of the President's aides are unintelligent people and I say this with all sense of responsibility. The aides of my local government chairman would have corrected that goof,” a follower tweeted in support of the actress.

Another follower said: “It's apparently clear that he was forced to read that statement. Very cold and emotionless. I read volumes from the words he didn't say and the body language. Nigeria, brace yourself.”

Read what other people had to say below:

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that private hospitals have been warned by the federal government not to treat any case of the deadly coronavirus.

The minister of health, Dr. Osagie Ehanire explained that private hospitals do not have the required facilities to treat such a disease.

Ehanire advised that any suspected case of coronavirus should be reported by the private hospital to designated centers.

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