- A Nigerian lady called Sofia has got people laughing online after a post she made
- Sofia shared the photo of a nose mask she bought for N400
- The nose mask had a little pad inside
A Nigerian lady identified as Sofia has taken to her page on Twitter to share a photo of the nose mask she bought. According to her, the seller said that the nose mask is one that filters any kind of dirt.
In the photos she shared online, one could see that the nose mask is just like the popular ones people see around. However, one thing stands out in it.
Inside the nose mask is a thin absorbent pad for female hygiene which looks like a little pad. The little pad was carefully placed in the middle of the nose mask with a thin layer covering it.
Sofia revealed that she got the nose mask for N400, noting that the seller explained the reason for the high price. According to her, she said because it is filtered.
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Despite the ease of lockdown, Nigerians have been advised to maintain hygiene measures so as to stop the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. Citizens have also been told to ensure that they use nose masks especially when they are out to go about their daily activities.
As a result of this, some Nigerians are now selling different kinds of nose masks, knowing that it is well needed in the society.
For Sofia, as soon as she shared her post, Nigerians reacted as they made funny comments about the nose masks.
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Sokoto govt discharged all 101 patients of coronavirus.
This was disclosed by the Chairman of the Sokoto state taskforce committee on COVID-19, Dr Ali Inname. Speaking at a news conference in Sokoto, Inname who is also the state’s commissioner for health said as of Friday, June 5, there was no patient at the isolation centre in the state.
The chairman who disclosed that the state had recorded 14 deaths, noted that the index case was recorded on April 19, with 731 samples collected, while 655 contacts completed the 14 days of follow up.
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