Lockdown: These are hard time guys, I swear - Don Jazzy pities those without provision
- Don Jazzy has expressed sadness at the turnout of events during the present Covid-19 lockdown
- On Saturday, April 11, he told his followers that we are indeed in a very hard time
- The Marvin Record chief also pitied those who live on their daily income
Don Jazzy, whose real name is Michael Collins Ajereh, has spoken on the economic hardship the present lockdown caused by coronavirus outbreak.
Well known for his giveaways on Twitter, the music producer on Saturday, April 11, confirmed that the present time is really hard for everyone.
In a very short tweet that has a lot of engagements, the Marvin Record boss said: "These are hard times guys".
The music boss in a separate tweet also agreed with a follower who wondered how daily earners are surviving the harsh realities of the period.
See the tweets below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that popular Nollywood actor and social media activist, Yul Edochie, has reacted to the way his fans keep disturbing celebrities to give out money.
In a tweet on Wednesday, April 8, he told his followers that celebrities and every other individual in the country are all in the lockdown together.
That he said in response to a follower's question on why he finds it so hard to give people money. Edochie then asked in a subtweet if it is by force to give the person anything.
He added that the said person should rather send his account number to President Muhammadu Buhari and tell him he has not received his “share of the proposed giveaway from the federal government.”
In other news, three nurses who were reportedly forced to wear trash nylon because of the scarcity of medical protective gear have caught coronavirus.
In March, the medical officers were photographed wearing the makeshift suits that were made of bright blue bags at Northwick Park Hospital in North West London.
It was also gathered that the staff at the hospital begged for a protective kit as the facility became swamped with patients.
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The group's positive result for the virus came out last week. The same media also said that more than 50% of the workers in a ward have also been infected with the virus.
“We need proper PPE kit now, or nurses and doctors are going to die. It’s as simple as that. We’re treating our own colleagues on the ward after they caught the virus from patients. How can that be right,” one of the nurses had said.
The nurses also lamented that even the deceased families cannot bid their loved ones farewell.
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