Coronavirus scare: Niniola stops sister Teniola from coming into her house

Coronavirus scare: Niniola stops sister Teniola from coming into her house

- Singer Niniola stops sister Teniola from coming into her house

- The Maradona singer was scared her sister might be coming in with the coronavirus

- Nigerians have been warned by the government to maintain social distance

The Apata family is blessed with two singing daughters of the same parents, Niniola and Teniola.

Nigerian singing sensation sisters no doubt are top of their game in the different styles of music they have chosen even though Teniola never stop talking about how her big sister Niniola influenced her career path.

But on Friday, April 3, the bond that exists between the two sisters was threatened by the coronavirus pandemic rampaging the whole world.

Teniola had gone to pay her elder sister Niniola a visit but she was denied entry into her premises.

Niniola refused to allow her younger sister to enter her Lagos house over coronavirus fears.

The Billionaire singer, Teni shared hilarious video clips that captured the moment her eldest sister locked her outside her house and refused to open the gate for her to come in.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that the Apata's family is one happy one. Teni warmed the hearts of her fans and followers on social media after she shared a lovely video that featured members of her family.

In the video, the music star was spotted with her elder sister and singer, Niniola, a third sister Tejumola, who recently became a medical doctor, their doting mum, and some other family members. From indications, the children had all joined their mum for a photoshoot, but it appeared the shoot quickly escalated into a video.

In another story, Teniola Apata popularly known as Teni has used her social media platform to call on well-meaning Nigerians to come to the aid of residents in the popular Makoko slum in Lagos, Nigeria.

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The singer recently paid a visit to the slum with her crew and she appeared to have been seriously touched by the plight of people living in the community. Teni flooded her page with photos that were taken during her time in the area. In one of the photos, the Billionaire crooner was seen addressing some young students in a classroom.

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