COVID-19: Phyno and Flavour issue joint message to fans

COVID-19: Phyno and Flavour issue joint message to fans

- Phyno and Flavour recently took to social media to address their fans

- The talented singers in a video encouraged their fans to remain safe and protect their lives

- Their message is connected with the state of the country and the world following the coronavirus pandemic

As Nigeria continues to struggle in the battle to contain the coronavirus also known as COVID-19, many Nigerian celebrities are reaching out to their fans in one way or another to keep their hopes alive.

Joining these group of celebrities are Nigerian music stars, Flavour and Phyno. The talented eastern musicians, recently took to social media to pass a message across to their fans.

In a video shared to Flavour's page, the singers first introduce themselves before advising their fans and followers on the need to stay protected from the virus. In their words: "Life is very important. Stay safe."

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Meanwhile, top Nigerian comedian, Alibaba, has taken to social media to react to a trending video of controversial Nigerian prophet, Chukwuemeka Odumeje, making a declaration about the dreaded coronavirus also known as COVID-19.

In the video, the man of God is heard stating the virus will be gone in April. This did not sit well with Alibaba who shared the video on his page, condemning pastors like Odumeje. He also called on the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) to do something about such pastors.

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In other news, many seem to be enjoying the new trend of Nigerian singers doing music challenge on Instagram live, where singers play hit songs in a battle for the best singer. Nigerians are loving it and have called for more singers to partake in it.

However, Patoranking is not impressed by this. He recently took to the Twitter platform to throw shade at singers doing the challenge instead of going out to help the less privileged on the streets who are most affected by the lockdown.

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