- DJ Abass has shared his thoughts on the effect of coronavirus in Africa
- The disc jockey noted that coronavirus is the revolution African nations have been waiting for
- In a tweet, he stated that the virus exposed the political class and religious charlatans with no miracles
Popular Nigerian media personality Abass Abayomi Tijani, professionally known as DJ Abass, has taken to social media to talk about how coronavirus has affected African nations.
The media personality shared his opinion on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter. DJ Abass noted that coronavirus is the revolution many African nations have been waiting for.
According to him, the virus has exposed the political class who failed to develop the local health care systems. He added that now they all cannot travel abroad to get treated.
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In his tweet, he added that religious charlatans with no miracles have also been exposed. In another tweet, he said if all the tragedies in Africa were like coronavirus, things would have been better.
DJ Abass said coronavirus affects everybody equally, both the rich and the poor. He added that if every tragedy was like that, politicians and public officials would have been scared into performing better.
Nigerians reacted to the tweets with mixed thoughts. Many agreed with the media personality while others noted that his statement makes it look like other continents are not affected by the virus.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that popular Nigerian actress Mosun Filani Oduoye recently took to social media to talk about what she secretly prays for during this coronavirus pandemic. The actress also used the medium to pray for the safety of Nigerians.
In a post shared on her Instagram page, the actress revealed that she prays that the coronavirus will help wipe out the corrupt leaders in Nigeria. According to her, the leaders have refused to equip hospitals because they can afford to jet out of the country to receive medical care.
She said the Nigerian weather is now cold after the early morning rain this Tuesday, March 24. She noted that the cold weather will make the virus more deadly. In Yoruba, she added that the rain has made everyone vulnerable to the virus.
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