- Different updates about the coronavirus pandemic is usually shared on social media
- Just recently, the health minister, Osagie Ehanire, said that the disease can be sexually transmitted
- The son of popular pastor, Leke Adeboye, has reacted to the report
- According to Leke, people will now discover that they can be celibate and not die
The coronavirus pandemic has no doubt taken the world by storm and we do not mean this is any positive way. The disease has threatened developed countries as they struggle to contain it.
African countries are gradually catching up to the danger the virus poses and they are already realising that it is something to be taken seriously.
While many Nigerians have been advised to stay at home and practice social distancing as well as good personal hygiene, they listen to the news as they hope for positive updates.
Just recently, the health minister, Osagie Ehanire, revealed that the coronavirus can be sexually transmitted. This information led to a lot of reactions on social media.
Popular Nigerian pastor, Enoch Adeoye’s son, Leke, took to social media via his Instagram page to also react to the report.
According to the young man, coronavirus will let some people realise that they can be celibate and not die.
See his post below:
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.
This is coming shortly after it was reported that 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.
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