Anita Joseph and her followers fight dirty over face mask usage

Anita Joseph and her followers fight dirty over face mask usage

- Anita Joseph recently got dragged by her Instagram followers over face mask usage

- The Nollywood actress shared a photo with her husband, both rocking face masks

- Many people thought the use of face masks in the photo was unnecessary and slammed her for it

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Popular Nollywood actress Anita Joseph recently got into a heated exchange with some of her social media followers over her usage of face mask, a protective gear necessary in the time of the global pandemic.

In a recent Instagram post, the curvaceous Nollywood actress shared a photo with her husband, Real Mc Fish.

In the photo, she showed off her curves and style with a multicoloured masked while her hubby wore a plain black face mask.

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However, it appears not everyone was pleased with the photo.

“Nigerians you people are very local. Why dressing with face mask,” one follower commented on the photo.

Another follower said that the face masks should only be worn in public, not at home with your spouse.

Well, Anita Joseph was not having any of it and slammed her critics.

See screenshot of the heated exchange below:

Anita Joseph and her followers fight dirty over face mask usage

Anita Joseph and her followers fight dirty over face mask/ @anitajoseph8
Source: Instagram

Meanwhile, the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has declared that the use of non-medical face masks, which include self-made or commercial masks or face covers made of clothes only reduce and not prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease.

Nigerian Tribune reports that the director-general of the agency, Professor Mojisola Adeyeye, in a statement issued on Monday, April 27, in Abuja, said these categories of protective masks are not of standard but essential to limit the spread of droplets.

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Legit.ng gathered that they were not intended for use in healthcare settings or by healthcare professionals.

Meanwhile, people are finding more and more ways to remain stylish even in the face of the pandemic. These days, fashion designers and tailors now market face masks alongside dresses and other fashion accessories.

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