Coronavirus: Rapper CDQ gives his tenants rent relief

Coronavirus: Rapper CDQ gives his tenants rent relief

- Rapper CDQ has charged people to make life easy for others during coronavirus pandemic

- The rapper announced that he would be giving his tenants 30% rent relief during the coronavirus shutdown

- CDQ also advised Nigerians to stay indoors and adhere to all the guidelines to stay safe

Nigerian rapper Sodiq Abubakar Yusuf, popularly known as CDQ, has taken some steps to help fellow Nigerians during the coronavirus pandemic shutdown. The rapper also shared some advice on how to keep safe.

In a post shared on his Instagram page, CDQ explained that he and his younger brother were talking about the pandemic and they came up with the decision to help people as they stay indoors during the pandemic.

He said they decided to do something for tenants attached to the properties owned by their family. He announced that they cut off 30% of tenants' annual rent for 2020.

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CDQ noted that the 30% is equivalent to three months of free rent. He said this would help their tenants coverup for the shutdown period since they cannot do their daily activities.

The rapper added that he shared his decision to influence others into helping fellow Nigerians during this hard time. He also advised people to stay indoors and adhere to all the safety guidelines to stay safe.

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Meanwhile, had earlier reported that 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. 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.

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" ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

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