- Mohammed Jammal has taken a step in pushing for the use of face masks amid COVID-19
- The comedian posed with his family of four wearing masks made from Super Eagles jersey
- Jammal had his secondary education in Nigeria and his university and masters in the UK
Mohammed Jamma, aka White Nigerian, posted beautiful pictures of his family wearing the Nigerian jersey that matches with their face masks.
The comedian/musician along with his wife Maricel Romero and their two daughters were looking sweet in their photos while on quarantine.
There have been calls by the government for Nigerians to put on face masks as fight against the deadly coronavirus continues.
Over a thousand cased has been recorded in just over a month with 44 deaths as at the time of this report.
But Jammal and his family are looking at the brighter side as they have decided to fight against COVID-19 adding a slice of fashion into it.
His daughters were dressed in full Super Eagles kit with a pair of canvass while Jammal and Maricel wore the Nigerian shirt and jeans with trainers as well as face masks.
Jammal was born in the city of Jos, Plateau state where he completed his secondary school and proceeded to the United Kingdom for his tertiary education.
He got his bachelor's degree from London Metropolitan University and his masters from Regents Business School London.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Rio Ferdinand has advised Manchester United to sign either Atletico Madrid's duo Saul Niguez and Thomas Partey or Wilfred Ndidi to bolster their squad.
United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is currently rebuilding his squad and is expected to make new recruitments in the summer window.
The likes of Daniel James, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Harry Maguire and Bruno Fernandes and Odion Ighalo were all added to Solskjaer's squad this season.
And Ferdinand believes the inclusion of a defensive midfielder would help strengthen the Red Devils squad further.
Legit.ng also reported that Bashir Ahmad, special adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari on new media, has revealed he is a big fan of Juventus striker Cristiano Ronaldo.
Ahmad's comments on social media did in fact prove that he is a follower of the Portuguese superstar but it would rather get Barcelona fans provoked.
Barcelona are currently looking for a sponsor to rename their stadium Camp Nou and use the funds to support the fight with COVID-19.
The stadium has never got a new name ever since it was built in 1957 and it now looks set to be christened for the 2020-21 campaign.
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