AY comedian says Nigeria is fighting coronavirus and hunger virus

AY comedian says Nigeria is fighting coronavirus and hunger virus

- Nigerian comedian AY Makun said that Africans are fighting the coronavirus and hunger virus

- AY revealed that the rich are scared of contracting the virus while the poor are scared of being killed by hunger

- The comedian stated that the rich can help the poor to stay at home by providing for them

Nigerian comedian AY Makun has aired his opinion about the current situation happening in many African countries. According to him, African countries are fighting against two pandemics; the deadly coronavirus and the hunger virus.

As soon as the lockdown was announced across nations, citizens across the world lamented hunger. While many citizens in the Western countries were provided with palliatives by their government, many citizens in the African countries are still lamenting the lack of relief materials.

Although their government made a promise to get to them, many are yet to receive their relief package. As a result of this, the lockdown instruction is not obeyed to the letter.

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Reacting to this, comedian AY said that while the rich are afraid of the virus, the poor are scared of dying from hunger.

"The rich want the poor to stay home to avoid the spread, but hunger won't allow the poor to stay home. The poor fear that if they stay home, the hunger virus will kill them. The rich fear that if they also come out of their homes the coronavirus will kill them. What a delicate situation we have," AY stated.

Proferring a solution to the problem, the comedian said that the rich should assist the poor with food so that they can stay at home. He stated that when the rich succeed in keeping the poor at home by providing enough food, the spread of the coronavirus would be chased out!

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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that comedian AY said infected politicians should be put in low-quality hospitals they built.

The entertainer in a post shared on his Twitter and Instagram pages, noted that every Nigerian politician who tested positive for the virus, should be taken to the poor health facilities that they initially left for the masses.

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