COVID-19: Victoria Inyama reacts to news of 6 recoveries in Nigeria

COVID-19: Victoria Inyama reacts to news of 6 recoveries in Nigeria

- Former actress Victoria Inyama has demanded to see evidence of patients who have recovered from the coronavirus

- Recall it was reported that six patients in Lagos have recovered from the virus after receiving treatment

- The abroad-based Nollywood star is asking the federal government to be transparent with Nigerians

Earlier on, reported the news of how six of the patients infected with the global pandemic called coronavirus at the Infectious Disease Hospital have recovered and will be discharged.

While many Nigerians received the news with relief, it appears there are some who are still skeptic about it. One of such is former Nollywood actress, Victoria Inyama.

In a recent Instagram post where she shared a video of a recovering patient in the UK, she demanded transparency from the government. In her post, she asked for evidence of the patients who recovered and the doctors who treated them.

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She wrote: "Bravo!! I only ask as a where's the evidence?? Like my post... The doctor speaks...the patients speak... The hospital ICU is shown.....Tonight at 8PM......We, the British people will stand outside our houses & clap for the NHS to say THANK YOU.

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"Nigerians would love to see the evidence of this PROGRESS!!! I would love to say thank you to those Doctors & Nurses too, and maybe see where these patients are being NURSED!!!! TRANSPARENCY IS REALLY THAT SIMPLE!!!!!"

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Meanwhile, Bishop Sam Zuga of House of Joy ministry and founder of both Samzuga free medical treatment and Samzuga international has left many of his followers with high hopes after he offered to treat anyone infected with the coronavirus.

The man of God revealed this during a healing crusade organised to sensitize people about coronavirus also known as COVID-19, in Yola, Adamawa state.

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Reiterating his willingness to heal anyone infected with the deadly virus, Zuga shed more light on why he is not afraid of it.

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In other news, controversial Nigerian media personality, Daddy Freeze, has taken to social media to make jest of Nigerians partaking in the now trending challenge, #hesgotthewholewordchallenge on social media.

The challenge which entails people recording themselves singing the popular Christian song, He's Got The Whole World, was started by Tyler Perry following the coronavirus pandemic, and many Nigerians seem to have picked it up.

Well, Daddy Freeze is not here for it, and has taken to social media to share his thoughts on the Nigerians who are partaking in the challenge. In a video shared to his Instagram page, the media personality made jest of people singing the song and stated that Satan was the god of this world.

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