- Nigerian media personality has done her part to help fight the coronavirus pandemic
- The socialite took to social media to pledge the sum of N250k to the cause
- Toke said that the goal is to raise N15 million as she encouraged others to donate too
The coronavirus pandemic is an issue that has brought tears to the eyes of many seeing as thousands of lives have been lost to the disease. The COVID-19 has no vaccine at the moment but people have been told to practise better hygiene and to also self-isolate while practising social distancing.
Despite how much of a bad news the coronavirus is, it has also shown the good side of humanity by bringing people of different races, culture, and backgrounds together, to try and make things better for others.
A number of well-known personalities have caught the virus and some of them have even died from it, which goes to show that every human being is the same when it comes to death.
This has encouraged people to put aside their differences and work together to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
Just recently, Nigerian media personality, Toke Makinwa, took to social media to pledge the sum of N250,000. The TV girl did this after she was nominated by her friend to join a challenge where they are contributing to donate N15 million to help provide relief for people who are in need during this pandemic.
In the caption of the video shared on her page, Toke wrote:
“Thank accept the challenge @charlesofplay and I am urging you all too. I know a lot of you have done your part in giving this season; I don’t nominate anyone but appeal to you to pls join us as we embark on raising 15million naira to help fight #Covid19 and give relief for those in orphanages, the old people’s homes, your community, even your gateman, pls join us. We’ve raised 2m already, nothing is too small. Thank you Charles for the opportunity to join you, I pledge 250k to this and I beg you all to pls do too. Nothing is too small. Pls make your donations to 1222109014. Play entertainment foundation. Access.
Pls don’t feel pressured to, your prayers too are welcome, Feed your gateman if you can, feed the cleaning lady, do your bit.”
See her post below:
In other news, Legit.ng reported that Nollywood actress, Ada Ameh, took to social media to passionately appeal to the government to do their part during this coronavirus induced lockdown.
Ameh complained bitterly about the lack of electricity and how people run their generators from dawn to dusk.
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