Lady drafts up new kitchen rules following 14-day lockdown extension

Lady drafts up new kitchen rules following 14-day lockdown extension

- A Nigerian lady has taken to social media to share the new kitchen rules in her home

- Identified as Queen Omolade, she revealed her sister drafted up the rules due to the lockdown extension

- Part of the rules include no leftovers and shows lunch has been struck out of the food plan

On Monday, April 13, President Muhammadu Buhari ordered the extension of the lockdown in Lagos, Abuja, and Ogun by 14 days in order to continue in the fight against coronavirus also known as COVID-19.

Due to this, it appears many homes are restructuring their feeding plans in order to manage food items available. This appeared to be the situation in the home of one Queen Omolade.

She left many people amused on social media when she shared a photo of the new kitchen rules drafted by her sister following the lockdown extension.

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In the handwritten set of rules which the sister emphasized was applicable to all members of the family, lunch was struck out of the plan as breakfast and dinner were going to be the only options.

Part of the rules also emphasized on no leftovers after dinning, insisting that members of the household either ate what was provided from the kitchen or made something for themselves, using their own foodstuff.

Sharing a photo of the rules, Omolade wrote: "Due to the lockdown extension, my sister made a new kitchen rules I'm literally crying. See what another 14 days extension has caused."

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While Omolade's sister seems to have found a way for food to last in their homes, Nigerians on social media have asked the president to provide relief funds for the citizens during the lockdown.

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They said the lockdown has caused hunger for those who are unable to make their daily income. They told the president to use the Bank Verification Number given to Nigerians to easily transfer the funds if he is worried about the virus spreading.

In other news, popular Nigerian crossdresser Okuneye Idris Olarenwaju, better known as Bobrisky, seems to be having a good kick out of the news that the lockdown has been extended by two more weeks.

The controversial effeminate celebrity recently took to his Instagram page to mock the people who often trolled when he was still hustling for his future.

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