COVID-19: Front of Davido's house empty as fans stay home during pandemic

COVID-19: Front of Davido's house empty as fans stay home during pandemic

- A photo shared by singer Davido shows that the front of his Lagos house is empty

- The singer’s gate is normally packed with people asking him to bless them financially

- However, due to the stay at home rule to curb the spread of coronavirus, many of his fans are hopefully self-isolating themselves

With many Nigerians staying indoors to curb the spread of coronavirus, the front of singer Davido’s Lagos house is surprisingly empty. Usually, the popular singer’s house is always filled with people in queues waiting for him to bless them.

Whenever he is around in Lagos, fans often come to his Lekki house to ask for financial help. And the star, who is known for saying the popular quote “we rise by lifting others”, sometimes comes out to give money to the fans that show up in front of his house.

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Legit.ng has published different stories of the billionaire’s son blessing his fans with cash in front of the house. A recent screenshot of the front of Davido’s gate shows that the street is empty.

COVID-19 self-isolation

COVID-19: Front of Davido's house Source: Davido
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The singer shared a photo of the front of his house on his Instagram story. He tagged it real isolation.

It is good to see that Nigerians are following the advice to stay at home to curb the spread of the virus. Let’s all stay safe.

Check-out old videos from the font of his house before COVID-19

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To curb the spread, different health agencies have been sharing tips on how to stay safe and people were advised to stay at home and self-quarantine. However, with all the information being passed there is also the risk of passing false information to unsuspecting people, which may lead to panic or even something tragic.

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To prevent the spread of false coronavirus information, the United Nations Children's Fund and the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control have sort the help of celebrities to pass the right information to the public due to the large audience they have at their disposal.

Both organisations have used Nollywood actors Bimbo Akintola and Toyin Abraham to share tips on social media.

Videos of the actresses giving tips were shared the official Twitter accounts of the agencies. Abraham noted that she would be speaking Yoruba Language in her own videos to get to more people.

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