- Comedian AY recently dropped a word for politicians who have tested positive for COVID-19
- The entertainer noted that they should be taken to the poor health facilities they left for the masses
-AY’s post garnered mixed reactions from his followers
Popular Nigerian comedian Ayo Makun also known as AY recently dropped some words for politicians in the country amidst the coronavirus crisis.
The entertainer in a post shared on his Twitter and Instagram pages, noted that every Nigerian politician who has tested positive for the virus, should be taken to the poor health facilities that they initially left for the masses.
According to AY, whether people like it or not, the coronavirus pandemic would eventually have a positive impact on the Nigerian system of government. He added that the impact would be particularly felt in the country’s health sector.
Check out his post below:
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"Time to start building world class hospitals all over the country!" an Instagram follower shared in support with AY’s post.
Read what other followers had to say below:
akpesinshoes: "Please there’s a hospital here please they should transfer them here ... no light for like days here"
ifyrato: "Lagos is there new London"
kayb_011519: "Hopefully, this will stop them from spending millions on pilgrimage to developed countries like Israel and Saudi Arabia and spend money on our hospitals."
dj_dannymusic24: "At list this time is not only for the poor, let them have a taste of what we go through everyday in this country"
celindionaj: "I totally agree with you Bro, the evil that men do live with them. But just wondering if they can fly them out to those countries that they are already used to like UK, US and Italy."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Nigerian actress Toyin Abraham played her part to ensure that people have what to eat following the lockdown announcement of lock down in Lagos due to coronavirus. 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.
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