Meet veteran Nollywood actress Anike Alajogun helping to fight coronavirus in UK

Meet veteran Nollywood actress Anike Alajogun helping to fight coronavirus in UK

- Veteran Nollywood actress, Alhaja Anike Alajogun, has put her profession as a nurse to good use

- The film star who now resides in the UK is part of those helping to fight the coronavirus pandemic

- In a post shared on social media, the movie veteran advised people on how to help medical personnel during this period

The coronavirus pandemic is one issue that is greatly plaguing the world as even developed countries are battling to keep the disease under control.

The virus has no vaccine at the moment and people have been told to stay at home and practise social distancing so as to help reduce its spread.

Many developed countries have had their healthcare system almost crippled due to the high number of patients down with the disease and a limited number of facilities to take care of them.

Medical practitioners are now overworked and burdened by the large number of infected people and governments have even called on retired doctors to come back and join the fight.

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Veteran Yoruba actress, Alhaja Anike Alajogun, is one celebrity who has put her profession as a nurse to good use during this pandemic.

The actress who works in the hospital also has to care for patients during this trying time. Alajogun recently took to social media via her Instagram page to enlighten people on how they can help medical staff.

According to her, people can minimize the spread of the virus by staying in their homes.

She wrote: “Help the NHS Staff to Minimize the spread of CORONAVIRUS, by staying in your home, we know it's a very difficult situation but to quickly get rid of this Virus, we appreciate you all.”

See her post below:


In other news, reported that Nollywood actor, Seun Sean Jimoh, has reacted to actress Funke Akindele's arraignment for holding a house party. According to him, Nigerians, including the government, are hypocrites who enjoy seeing the downfall of others.

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Jimoh also said that Nigerians do not practice what they preach because he is sure that nobody has adhered 100% to the social distance order.

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