- Music mogul Don Jazzy has called out the Nigerian government
- Don Jazzy said that they ignored the cries of the masses to build standard hospitals
- The Mavins boss mocked their inability to travel at this time of coronavirus pandemic
Since the news that black people are vulnerable to the coronavirus pandemic against the belief of many, Nigerians have taken to their social media pages to advise their followers about following the laid down rules of social distancing and avoiding large gatherings.
But with the rising cases of affected people reported in the media daily, some Nigerians are pained that the country may fail its citizens because the healthcare system is nothing to write home about.
As a result, some people have called out the Nigerian government on the importance of paying attention to the healthcare industry. One of these people is music mogul, Don Jazzy.
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Known to always use his voice to condemn societal ills, it is not any different at this time.
The Mavins boss took to the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to call out the Nigerian government about their failure to build standard hospitals in the country.
He said that the government has been told to do something about the health industry many times but they always ignored it. According to him, at this period of coronavirus pandemic, they also cannot travel out of the country to treat themselves.
Don Jazzy's followers agreed to his tweet, rebuking politicians for always leaving the country as soon as there is a problem.
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Don Jazzy was scared of coronavirus, said that the people on his flight pecked him. Don Jazzy took to his social media page to announce that he was scared of contracting the disease. Taking to the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, the music producer said that he was on a plane and as expected, people were greeting him.
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He said that some were going as far as hugging and pecking him while some were just shaking hands with him. The singer said that he was afraid of coronavirus. He shared a crying emoji and told his fans to advise him on what to do. The entertainer's fans responded to him and their responses were hilarious.
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