Coronavirus: Lady shares moment a Lagos conductor sanitises passengers with gin

Coronavirus: Lady shares moment a Lagos conductor sanitises passengers with gin

- A Nigerian bus conductor in Lagos has devices a means to protect himself and other passengers against coronavirus

- The conductor was recorded santising his passengers with gin by dropping the liquid on their palms

- He also tried to enlighten the passengers concerning the disease which is spreading across the country

A lady, on Monday, March 23, shared a video detailing the moment a bus conductor in Lagos sanitised every passenger in the vehicle using an alcoholic drink.

The bus conductor, whose name was not revealed, was also heard partially trying to enlighten the members about coronavirus that is now spreading across Nigeria with Lagos being the most hit.

Deborah Pelumi Ayodeji, who tweeted the experience, said: "On the streets of Lagos #COVIDー19.

"So I boarded a bus this morning. Before I entered the bus the driver and conductor said I must sanitize my hand before I enter. I told them I already have. But basically watch what happened..."

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Legit.ng earlier reported that Nigeria's richest woman and lady evangelist, Folorunsho Alakija, recently joined the various clergymen and women standing against coronavirus in the country.

Alakija released 18 points of prayers which she called 'prophetic declaration and prayers against COVID-19 in her post on social media.

Introducing herself as the servant leader of the Rose of Sharon Glorious Ministry International in Nigeria, Alakija said the world was living in its end times.

It was also reported how a Nigerian man confirmed he had been tested positive for coronavirus as the world battles with the pandemic.

The man, identified as Salihu Umar, said he had commenced self-isolation and was waiting for health personnel to evacuate him to Gwagwalada isolation centre in Abuja.

He tweeted: "I have just tested positive for COVID19. At the moment, I am still under self-isolation as health personnel make their way to my house for evacuation to Gwagwalada isolation centre.

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Meanwhile, as the world battles with coronavirus pandemic, a Nigerian microbiologist has started a research in search of a cure for the deadly disease.

Legit.ng gathered that the microbiologist, simply identified as Gracious, took to her Twitter page to make the disclosure on Friday, March 20.

She tweeted: "I have entered the lab and I won't leave until I find the cure for Coronavirus."

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