Coronavirus lock down: BBNaija's Tacha reacts, says hunger is deadlier

Coronavirus lock down: BBNaija's Tacha reacts, says hunger is deadlier

- Former BBNaija housemate Tacha has reacted to the proposed lock down against coronavirus

- The young lady noted that food supplies should be provided for residents

- Tacha made it clear that hunger is deadlier

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Since cases of the novel coronavirus have been recorded in Nigeria, concerned parties have called on the federal government to enforce a strict lock down in the country and restrict the movement of citizens, in order to contain the spread of the virus.

However, amidst the call for the lock down, there are other people that have expressed concerns on behalf of citizens that depend on going out to work daily in order to be able to provide for their family members.

Among those that have now urged the federal government to think about providing for citizens while enforcing lock down is former Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) housemate, Natacha Akide popularly known as Tacha.

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The controversial reality star in a post shared on her official page on micro messaging platform, Twitter, noted that that while people are being advised to stay in their homes, food supplies should also be donated to such people.

Tacha noted that people would not stay at home and eat themselves. In her words, she said: "While we urge citizens to stay home, please be urged to go out there and distribute food supplies for them, people won’t stay home and eat themselves."

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Concluding the post, the Double Wahala star made it clear that hunger is much deadlier than coronavirus.

See her tweet below:

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Meanwhile, previously reported that Nigerian actress Toyin Abraham played her part to ensure that people have what to eat following the lockdown announcement. Toyin donated foodstuff and other basic necessities to people across the country. The mother of one sent bags of rice, garri, hand sanitisers and detergents to those in need. The movie star donated 40 bags of rice and garri to people in Lagos, including 190 hand sanitisers to people on Twitter. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

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