- Popular actress, Juliet Ibrahim, has shared what she thinks should be done during this coronavirus pandemic
- A number of people are undoubtedly confined indoors because of the pandemic as they have been advised to do by their government
- Ibrahim then called out TV and data service providers for not providing free channels and data bundles during this period
The coronavirus pandemic is undoubtedly a very tough one for people all over the world as most people live in fear and anxiety of the disease not infecting them.
The COVID-19 has no known cure at the moment and even developed countries are toiling hard to contain the disease and its spread. As a precautionary measure, the government as well as health organisations have advised people to not contribute to the spread of the disease by practicing social distancing and also self-isolating at home.
As a result of this, a lot of jobs have allowed their staff work from home, public social and religious gatherings have also been banned as more people are encouraged to stay indoors.
Just recently, Ghanaian actress, Juliet Ibrahim, went on social media via her Instagram live to speak with fans and to also share some of her concerns about the pandemic in relation to self-isolation.
Ibrahim complained about data service providers and also TV channels for not giving free stations as well as free data. The actress said that people are staying at home and spending a lot on these things.
See the video below:
In other related news, Legit.ng reported that Nollywood actress, Yvonne Jegede, took to social media via her Instagram page to speak on how greatly the self-isolation has affected her.
According to the film star, things have gotten tough for her and she can no longer deal with it. She however acknowledged that she has to stay at home now more than ever to keep safe.
Jegede also said that she is so scared because she does not want people to die.
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