- A Nigerian media personality Mark Otabor has shared a photo of how he dresses during coronavirus pandemic
- The media personality shared a photo of himself wearing a face mask that covered his neck
- Otabor noted that people made fun of him for looking like Power Rangers
As coronavirus continues to plague different countries, people have been advised to take preventive measures to protect themselves from the virus. Countries have advised citizens to always wash their hands, sanitize, wear masks, and avoid touching their faces.
In a bid to follow the preventive measures laid down by health agencies, a Nigerian media personality identified as, Mark Otabor, has taken to the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to share a photo of what he wears.
The media personality, who is also a voice-over actor, was seen in the photo wearing a black and red mask that covered his neck.
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Otabor noted that the mask is a safety measure he takes to prevent himself from contracting the virus. He added that Nigerians made fun of him at the garage, calling him Power Rangers.
According to him, it is amazing that Nigerians can find humour in every situation. He also told people to stay safe and always remember to wash their hands and keep their distance from others.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that a Nigerian lady simply identified as @sofiyyah_a took to the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to share a video of how her parents received her sister who travelled home from Lagos.
In the video, a knock was heard on the gate and @sofiyyah_a’s mother opened it. The Twitter user’s mother already had a bucket and baby wipes in her hands.
As soon as she opened the gate, she stretched out the baby wipes to her daughter who kept laughing at her mother but @sofiyyah_a’s mother told her daughter to be serious. Her father soon joined them and he was seen cleaning the gate with the baby wipes also.
Although @sofiyyah_a’s sister noted that she didn’t touch the gate, her father continued to clean it. The Twitter user's sister was also told to clean her bag. Her mother reminded her that she was coming from Lagos where the cases of people who have tested positive to the virus have increased to 27.
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