- Nigerian married men have been advised to protect themselves against COVID-19 to save their marriage
- A Twitter user with the handle @bachure said wives of married men admitted into Intensive Care Unit (ICU) would be in possession of their phones for two weeks
- If such married men are cheating on their wives, they will have a lot to explain when they are finally discharged from ICU
A Nigerian woman identified as Haj Halima Idris has advised cheating Nigerian men to protect themselves against the deadly coronavirus as more cases are being recorded in the country.
Halima said any COVID-19 patient admitted into the intensive care unit would have their phones taken from them for two weeks.
According to her, in the case of married men, their wives will be in possession of their phones for those number of weeks and that may be disastrous if such men are cheating on their wives.
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In her words:
"Are you aware that once you are admitted to ICU for COVID-19, that your wife will hold your phone for two weeks?
"Will you be safe then? Please wear your FACE MASK, wash your hands, and maintain social distancing."
Nigerians took to the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.
Tweep with the handle @Iyandaibadan1 commented:
"Let my side chick calls and my wife picks it up and she will tell her to come over to assist her in the ICU."
"She will find what she is looking for now abi? Anybody wey dig grave will find worms, maggots, earthworms and others o."
"Quite honestly, that sounds scarier! Wifey having my phone for 2 fokken weeks?! Wo, prevention is better than double jeopardy! God no go shame us when we die!"
"This message will effectively change the "goat attitude" in many men faster and easier than the hundreds of messages NCDC been sending for months."
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In other news, a couple in Malaysia did not allow the coronavirus pandemic stop them from holding a big wedding as 10,000 guests attended their nuptials.
According to the COVID-19 restriction in Malaysia, weddings must not exceed 20 people but the couple decided to hold a drive-thru wedding.
Tengku Muhammed Hafiz, who is the son of former cabinet minister Tengku Adnan, got married to his bride Oceane Alagia on Sunday, December 20.
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