This is not a joke - Bashir Ahmad cautions Zlatan about his attitude to new cases of coronavirus

This is not a joke - Bashir Ahmad cautions Zlatan about his attitude to new cases of coronavirus

- Bashir Ahmad recently cautioned Nigerian singer Zlatan Ibile over his attitude towards coronavirus

- The NCDC had confirmed 86 new cases, bringing the total number to 627 and for some reason, this amused Zlatan

- Ahmad who is the presidential aide, cautioned the singer, reminding him coronavirus was nothing to take lightly

Nigerian singer, Zlatan Ibile recently got cautioned over what many people have described as his lackadaisical attitude towards the fight against coronavirus in Nigeria.

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) on April 19, confirmed 86 new cases of coronavirus bringing the total number to 627, and this got several reactions from Nigerians.

Zlatan, however, was amused by this and reacted to the tweet with 4 laughing emojis. This did not sit well with presidential aide, Bashir Ahmad, who then cautioned him, reminding him that the situation was a matter of life and death, just as the president had said in his recent speech.

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It appeared Ahmad received some backlash for cautioning the singer.

Responding to people displeased by his tweet, he tweeted, "I can see some people are angry with my reply to Zlatan’s tweet, which he made a joke out of NCDC’s last night update on #COVID19Nigeria. I didn’t reply him as Zlatan, I replied him as a celebrity, who has hundreds of followers. Again, ‘this whole #COVID19 issue is not a joke.’

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Despite the fact that fresh cases of the virus are being recorded on a daily bases in Nigeria, Zlatan Ibile a while back, came out to say that he does not believe the virus exists.

Zlatan made his declaration in the middle of an Instagram live video session with popular artist manager, Bankulli.

In a portion of the video making the rounds online, a disgruntled Zlatan was heard talking about his shows in London that got cancelled due to the pandemic.

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Meanwhile, Nollywood actor Akah Nnani has expressed his thoughts about the increasing cases of coronavirus in the country. According to the entertainer, the numbers started increasing since the Chinese doctors arrived in Nigeria.

Akah said this after the NCDC stated that 70 new cases of the deadly infection have been discovered in Lagos state. The actor told the disease control organisation to wake up to the realisation that the Chinese doctors caused it.

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