Kemi Olunloyo drops new song on coronavirus, Naira Marley reacts

Kemi Olunloyo drops new song on coronavirus, Naira Marley reacts

- Kemi Olunloyo has contributed her quota to the battle against coronavirus as she released a new song about the deadly infection

- The journalist reminded people about the need for strict hygiene measures

- Kemi also noted the need for self-quarantining

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Controversial investigative journalist Kemi Olunloyo has released a song about the coronavirus pandemic affecting the whole world.

Despite the easing on the lockdown caused by coronavirus, people all over the world are still encouraged to adhere strictly to washing their hands, social distance, and all other instructions to avoid the spread of the deadly infection.

Contributing her quota to reminding the public about hygiene instructions, the journalist recorded a song to help people stay alert and be reminded that coronavirus is still in the country.

Popular singer Naira Marley showed support for her by sharing the song on his Instagram page for his fans and followers.

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Naira Marley helps Kemi Olunloyo repost as she drops a song on coronavirus. Source: @kemiolunloyo @nairamarley
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The song titled, #AyeCorona which means, The World in Coronavirus Mode, was sung in the Yoruba language. Olunloyo's voice was heard as she sang to the beat of the song.

Listen to the song below:

Olunloyo started the song by introducing herself and the virus killing the world.

The song is translated as: "The virus ravaging the world, coronavirus. Wash your hands, sit at home, wear your masks. Coronavirus. Where are you going to? The government has asked you to self-quarantine, Naira Marley has told you what to do. Don't touch anyone. Don't touch your face. Don't get sick from coronavirus," she sang.

Reacting to the song, singer Naira Marley said it was interesting as he used the fire emoji to express his feelings about it.

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In other news, earlier reported that actress Maryam Charles slammed Kemi Olunloyo.

In a recent Facebook post, Maryam did not hold back on the colourful words she used in describing Olunloyo. According to the actress, Olunloyo is a witch who derives pleasure from people's downfall.

The Nollywood actress recounted how she got into a fight with her a while back but refused to engage her further because according to her, Olunloyo is a 'mad witch.'

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