- Toke Makinwa has taken to social media to call for China to be fined after the battle against coronavirus is over
- In a recent tweet, she expressed her anger at the country and advised them to stop eating certain animals
- Many Nigerians have since reacted to the tweet with various opinions of their own
As Nigeria continues to battle with the spread of COVID-19 also known as coronavirus, many people have resorted to the blame games on social media.
Nigerian media personality, Toke Makinwa, recently took to the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to express her anger at China over the outbreak of coronavirus.
The controversial media personality seemed to be of the opinion that the virus was gotten from animals as she advised them to stop eating certain animals.
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She also suggested that China should be fined after the war against coronavirus is over. She wrote: "Not to even lie I am low key mad at china, the whole world should fine them when all of this is over, the whole world is paying dearly for it. Stop eating certain animals #Sigh"
The post gathered several reactions from Nigerians.
While many were of the opinion that coronavirus did not come from animals but was cultured in a lab, there were some who advised her to keep shut.
See some reactions below:
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The businesswoman announced her plans to look for the next planet that will be able to accommodate us all, noting that the year 2020 has been challenging for the world.
Noting the recent earthquake in Utah, Toke questioned what is happening. She proceeded to say that she is leaving the Earth and going to Mars. The media woman asked her fans and followers if they would be going with her.
Meanwhile, as the spread of 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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