Coronavirus: Why are people asking for corona money? - Bobrisky asks

Coronavirus: Why are people asking for corona money? - Bobrisky asks

- Nigerian crossdresser Bobrisky has expressed his displeasure over the fact that people are seeking financial help online during the coronavirus pandemic

- Bobrisky asked if the pandemic has turned to Christmas period or public holiday

- Since the government has given a directive for people to stay at home to prevent the spread of the virus, many people have taken to social media to seek help from others

Nigerian crossdresser Bobrisky has asked if the coronavirus pandemic has turned to a Christmas period or public holiday.

The controversial crossdresser took to her Instagram page to express displeasure that people are begging others for money during the period of coronavirus pandemic.

He wrote on Instagram: “Wait, is COVID-19 a Christmas period or public holiday? Why are you asking for money? I weak."

As Nigeria and the world battles with coronavirus, Nigerian celebrities are using their resources to bless others by doing giveaways online.

The pandemic has forced businesses to shut down, and the federal and state governments are doing all they can to stop the spread of the virus.

In other news news, former Big Brother Naija contestant Frodd has blasted one of his followers on Instagram for asking him to get tested for coronavirus.

Frodd posted a picture of him on Instragram with a caption that read Isolation, which prompted the follower to advise him to be tested for the deadly disease since he was part of those that attended the last Africa Magic Viewers' Choice Awards (AMVCA) held in Lagos.

The Lagos state government had earlier announced that attendees of the event should self-isolate after a guest tested positive for coronavirus.

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Meanwhile, previously reported that a Nigerian man identified as Chinedu Junior Ihekwoaba said his company hired a lady that tested positive for coronavirus.

According to him, the reason his company took that risk was the lady in question is brilliant and she answered all the questions she was asked correctly.

He posted on LinkedIn: "We also don't want to discriminate against her health condition, after all, it isn't her fault that this is happening.

"We felt if we give her a chance against all odds, she will get well and repay our kindness." ( -> We have updated to serve you better

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