COVID-19: Lady calls for her mom's arrest for attending wedding in Nasarawa
- A lady identified on Twitter as @ruthyore, has taken to social media to call for the arrest of her mother
- Tagging the Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC), she revealed her mother went for a wedding
- Following the spread of coronavirus, the federal government has placed a ban on social gathering
- Many social media users reacted to the tweet with mixed reactions
Despite the ban on social gathering due to the continuous spread of coronavirus in Nigeria, many people continue to flout the order. Twitter user, @ruthyorea seems to have had enough and she is putting sentiments aside.
In a recent tweet, @ruthyorea called for the arrest of her mother by the Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC). According to her tweet, her mother went for a wedding in Mararaba, Nasarawa, thereby ignoring the social gathering ban and putting herself at risk of getting infected.
She tweeted:"Dear @NCDCgov good morning Please can you arrest my mom in maraba ,she went for a wedding at Aso in maraba, please send your task force there to locate them and shut down the wedding ceremony. Thank you."
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See tweet below:
The tweet which has since gone viral with over 5,000 likes and over 2,000 retweets, got mixed reactions from social media users, most of whom found her boldness hilarious.
While some accused her of being a snitch, others hailed her for putting sentiments aside and taking no chances.
See some reactions below:
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Still on coronavirus, the Nigeria Police recently lost Deputy Commissioner of Police, Francis Bissong who was attached to the Zone 5 headquarters in Benin, Edo State, to COVID-19.
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Bissong who hailed from Cross River state, was a 57-year-old lawyer serving in the force. According to reports, he died on Tuesday, April 21, before he could get to an isolation centre.
Among those mourning is Police Public Relations Officer, Dolapo Badmos. In a recent tweet, she express her hurt at his demise, describing him as a compassionate and selfless man. She shared the tweet on April 24, which was supposed to be his birthday.
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