Nigeria has turned our virologists and microbiologist to tailors and bakers – Seun Kuti

Nigeria has turned our virologists and microbiologist to tailors and bakers – Seun Kuti

- Nigerian musician, Seun Kuti, has spoken on how the country’s system has failed in the wake of coronavirus

- Seun said that the country has turned our virologists, microbiologists and doctors to tailors, bakers and chefs

- The singer added that the coronavirus is a wakeup call for the country

The coronavirus pandemic has definitely opened the eyes of the citizens of the world to the anomalies in their system that they had always put their trust in.

The pandemic is proving to be a greater evil than was earlier envisioned and even developed countries are struggling with the virus which has no cure yet.

Many African countries have also tried to control the spread of COVID-19 and this is why governments have issued lockdowns on some states.

Another way countries are suffering during this pandemic is the lack of enough medical personnel as well as a crippled healthcare system.

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Just recently, Nigerian singer, Seun Kuti, took to his Instagram page to speak on how the government has made our virologists, microbiologists and doctors become bakers, tailors and chefs, event planners and more.

Speaking further, Seun said that the coronavirus pandemic is an eye opener that should enable us evaluate what really matters in our world today.

In the caption of his post, he wrote: “When you are proud to allow your lawyers make your shoes. Doctors sewing cloths scientist planning events and you tell everyone how you are ‘leading a nation’. Shame shame shame.”

See his post below:


In other related news, reported that veteran Nollywood actress, Sola Sobowale, took to social media to speak on the dangers of coronavirus.

A lot of people who initially doubted the danger the disease posed have now had their doubts cleared after seeing the thousands of deaths it has caused worldwide and how even developed countries are struggling to contain it as it cripples their healthcare system.

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The movie veteran then advised fans to listen to the government’s directives about washing hands and staying indoors so that the spread of the virus can be controlled and eventually conquered.

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