- The coronavirus pandemic is the topic of discussion on the lips of many people in the world
- The pandemic has been able to show the inadequacies of many government and sectors in the country
- Nigerian comedian, AY Makun, is of the opinion that coronavirus will bring about a positive change in the country
The coronavirus pandemic is an issue that has had many people talking on social media and many people have even described it as a great leveller.
This is so because even the rich and powerful are not safe from it as there is no known cure for the disease yet and both the elites and masses are dying from the pandemic.
In Nigeria, the coronavirus seems to have already affected a number of high and mighty politicians, so it has brought about a new fear and urgency for them to find a quick solution.
The irony of the matter, however, is that the people who are in charge of governance in the country have also fallen sick but there are no good and reliable centres to take them too because they did not equip any. They can also not travel abroad to get treated because many airports have been shut down and these countries are also struggling with the disease.
Just recently, Nigerian comedian, AY Makun, took to his Twitter page to share his opinion on the change the disease will bring.
According to AY, coronavirus will bring a positive change to Nigeria, particularly the healthcare system.
He wrote: “All the politicians testing positive should be taken to the poor health centers they initially left for the masses. Either we like it or not, the Covid19 will have a positive impact on the Nigeria system of govt, particularly the health sector.”
See his tweet below:
See some reactions of fans to his tweet below:
This is coming shortly after Nigerian singer, Runtown, fulfilled his pledge to give out N10 million to fans during this tough period. Fans shared screenshots of the payment they received from the celebrity.
In other news, Legit.ng reported that Nigerians took to social media to react after a pastor, Matthew Ashimolowo, told his church members not to forget to pay their offerings online.
As expected, the video has caused a wide range of reactions from Nigerians. While some people feel that he was only responding to questions asked from his members, others felt it was distasteful for him to be asking for offering during these trying times.
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