Coronavirus: Huspuppi addresses Nigerians who still went to church despite pandemic

Coronavirus: Huspuppi addresses Nigerians who still went to church despite pandemic

- Nigerian big boy, Hushpuppi, has taken to social media to address religious yet stubborn Nigerians during the coronavirus pandemic

- Hushpuppi lambasted those who still went to church despite the government’s order for people to remain indoors and self-isolate

- Hushpuppi said that if such a person dies as a result of the virus, their pastor will only donate prayers for them

The world is indeed facing trying times due to the coronavirus pandemic. The disease has threatened to bring the world to its knees as even developed countries are struggling with controlling the spread of the disease.

To curb the spread of the virus and to also buy time to find a vaccine for coronavirus, governments all over the world have told their citizens to stay indoors and to also practice social distancing.

Social and religious gatherings that would bring a large number of people have also been banned until further notice.

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Most countries have complied with these directives except African countries which are known for being very religious.

In Nigeria for instance, a number of people still attended church despite the order that all churches and mosques be closed as people pray at home.

Nigerian big boy, Ray Hushpuppi, has taken to social media via his Instagram page to address religious yet stubborn Nigerians who are still going to church in this pandemic.

According to him, if anything happens to such people, they should know that it was their fault and not that of the government. He also said that if such people die as a result of their disobedience, the pastor will only donate prayers for them.

See a screenshot of his post below:

Coronavirus: Huspuppi addresses Nigerians who still went to church despite pandemic

Coronavirus: Huspuppi addresses Nigerians who still went to church despite pandemic
Source: Instagram

Interesting.

In other related news, Legit.ng reported that South African rapper, Cassper Nyovest, has said that many musicians in his country will go hungry if the coronavirus lockdown continues after three months.

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Nyovest also said that it is not as if celebrities do not want to help but that they do not have the money to do so.

He wrote: “We don't have Rihanna money. Truth is, we don't even know what we gone eat if the lockdown goes down for more than 3 months. Maybe if we were supported and stanned like yall stan Drake and Rihanna we would have the money to help. It's not that we don't want to, we don't have.”

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