- A Nigerian man has been spotted scolding his son and dropping him for authorities in Ekiti state
- The rattled father handed his son over to the government to be kept for two weeks after he travelled to Ekiti from Lagos
- The father said that he had warned his son not to travel but he did not listen and that he is not ready to let him inside his house
The coronavirus pandemic has kept a lot of people on edge as they all try their possible best to adhere to government’s directive so as not to contract the virus and endanger others.
Despite that, some people have defied the lockdown order of the government by moving around freely despite not knowing their state of health.
An interesting video has made the rounds on social media showing a man keeping away from his son and refusing him entry into their home after he came all the way from Lagos to Ekiti state.
Note that Lagos state has the highest number of coronavirus cases in the country and the father has every reason to be scared.
In the now viral video, the father was with his son at a government office where he said the boy should be kept for two weeks before entering his house.
The man said that there is no place for his son to self-isolate in his house and that the government should monitor him for two weeks. The obviously scared father was also seen rushing to his car and driving off so that his son will not follow him home.
Before his 'escape', the father said that despite the guy being his son, he cannot stand the risk of COVID-19 and that he had also given instructions for him not to travel but he disobeyed.
See the video below:
In other news, Legit.ng reported that Grammy-nominated gospel singer, Troy Sneed, has passed away from coronavirus complications.
Sneed’s publicist, Bill Carpenter, revealed the sad news as he said that the singer died at a hospital in Jacksonville, Florida.
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