- Nollywood actor Yomi Soyombo has shared a video of women marching against coronavirus
- Soyombo said that the women are mothers in Abeokuta, Ogun State
- The actor noted that the women came out for sacrifices to send away the deadly infection from the country
People across the world are fighting against the coronavirus pandemic. While some countries are solely relying on science and medicine to combat the deadly infection, others like Nigeria are going the extra mile to conquer the virus.
Some Nigerians have been spotted waging war against the virus with strong prayers; others used songs to let the disease know that the country is a no-go area.
Recently, Nollywood actor Yomi Soyombo shared the video of some women taking steps to fight against the disease. Soyombo took to his Instagram page to post the video of women marching against the disease.
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According to the filmmaker, the women are mothers from Abeokuta, the capital of Ogun state. The actor stated that the women came out for sacrifices to send away the deadly infection.
In the video, the women were seen with wrappers tied across their chests as they sang and marched against the disease. The women were also heard singing to sounds from drums and whistles.
Although their song was in Yoruba, they were praying against coming across the pandemic disease.
Watch the video below:
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian lady vowed not to leave the lab till she finds the cure for coronavirus disease. The lady, who is simply identified as Gracious, said that she would stay in the laboratory till she finds the cure for coronavirus. The microbiologist asked Nigerians to wish her luck in her search for the cure. She also advised people to wash their hands and sty safe.
Church women were spotted lying on the road in Benue, praying against coronavirus. Photos of a group of Methodist women praying against the virus went viral on social media after it was captured and shared by a Facebook user, Onah Blessed Emmanuel. The group of women in uniform Ankara print was seen lying flat on the bare ground as they prayed against the virus, killings in Benue and for the protection of the Benue people.
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