- Veteran Nollywood actor, Ejike Asiegbu and his wife, Oge, are locked at home just like everybody else due to the coronavirus pandemic
- The actor and his wife have decided to pass the time by doing fun things together
- Ejike’s wife, Oge, shared a funny video of herself and her man showing off their dancing skills
The coronavirus pandemic is an issue that is plaguing the whole world at large and the government of many countries have made moves to stop the spread of the disease seeing as there is no cure or vaccine yet.
A number of countries have declared total lockdown as people have been told to stay at home and to also practice social distancing while they observe if they have the symptoms of the disease or not.
In Nigeria, the lockdown also obtains and streets have now become empty as people stay at home. The stay at home order has also become an opportunity for people to bond with their families.
Veteran Nollywood actor, Ejike Asiegbu, and his wife, Oge, took to social media to share a bit of how they have been passing the time during this lockdown.
Ejike’s wife, Oge, shared a video on her Instagram page of herself and her husband showing off their dancing skills.
In the caption of her post, she wrote: “Two weeks lockdown in Lagos wouldn't be easy without some craziness in my home”.
See the video below:
Lovely. Couple goals.
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.
In other news, Legit.ng reported that a Nigerian woman has lamented on social media about the total lockdown.
As the total lockdown continues in Lagos state over the coronavirus pandemic, a woman identified as Ms Ogunsola has lamented that it will be difficult to remain indoors.
PAY ATTENTION: Do you have news to share? Contact Legit.ng instantly
HELLO! NAIJ.com (naija.ng) upgrades to Legit.ng We keep evolving to serve our readers better
4 ways Nigerians are dealing with the COVID 19 lockdown | Legit TV