- Nigerian talent manager and special adviser on tourism in Cross River state, Ubi Franklin, has joined the fight against coronavirus
- Ubi has now decided to donate his salary for four months to the cause
- This news was shared by the music man on social media via his Instagram page where he posted an official document backing his claim
The coronavirus pandemic is an issue that has been plaguing many countries in the world for a few months now and many governments are left feeling almost overwhelmed as the virus threatens to cripple its healthcare system.
This has led to a lot of kind, rich and well-meaning people to join hands with the government and assist in any little way they can.
There have been reports of landlords waiving people’s rent during this period, some people have also taken it upon themselves to provide free food and supplies in their neighbourhood while some others have donated huge sums of money to the government.
Well, Nigerian talent manager and special adviser on tourism in Cross River state, Ubi Franklin, has joined the fight against coronavirus with his own act of kindness.
The young man took to social media via his Instagram page to share the news of his donation. Ubi has decided to give out his salary for four months to help the fight against coronavirus.
The talent manager shared an official document backing this claim on his Instagram page. He also accompanied the post with a caption.
The caption reads: “Donation of my four months’ salary towards the fight against covid-19.”
See his post below:
Recall that Legit.ng had earlier reported on how media personality, Toke Makinwa, has joined the fight against coronavirus by contributing N250,000 to a cause that aims to provide relief for people during the virus-induced lockdown.
Despite how much of a bad news the coronavirus is, it has also shown the good side of humanity by bringing people of different races, culture, and backgrounds together, to try and make things better for others.
A number of well-known personalities have caught the virus and some of them have even died from it, which goes to show that every human being is the same when it comes to death.
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