- Nigerian singer Davido seemed to have started feeling the brunt of the coronavirus lockdown happening across the country
- Davido took to his social media page to lament about the lack of money
- The entertainer said that he has started dipping his hands into money that shouldn't be touched
Nigerian singer Davido seemed to have started feeling the brunt of the coronavirus lockdown happening across the country. Davido took to his social media page to lament about the lack of money.
Many people across the country have lamented the effect of the lockdown on their source of income as they take to various social media platforms to call on the government for help.
While some people revealed that their poor families have been greatly affected by the pandemic, it seems that the rich are also becoming affected by their inability to conduct business at this time.
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Singer Davido is one of such people as he has taken to his page on the photo-sharing app, Instagram, to lament about his lack of money.
The father of three revealed his thoughts about the ongoing lockdown on his Instagram story.
According to him, he has started dipping his hands into money he is not supposed to touch. The Blow My Mind crooner expressed his feelings with a crying emoji.
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Davido told the government to account for money after fire gut AGF's office. Davido took to his Twitter page to react to the fire incident that happened at the office of the Accountant General. The singer expressed his displeasure at the news that the office was on fire. The Blow My Mind crooner said that the money donated to combat COVID-19 must be returned. According to him, he does not agree with the story that the AGF's office caught fire.
Lamenting the loss that must have taken place at the AGF's office, Davido expressed his heartbreak through tearful emojis. Davido said that his father's donation is nothing to him, however, every dime donated to the government must be accounted for.
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