- Comedian Ali Baba has re-echoed the fact that money cannot solve every problem in life
- The comic star disclosed that he recently lost a friend who had N5 billion in just one of his bank accounts to COVID-19
- Ali Baba’s post generated mixed reactions from his followers
Veteran Nigerian comedian Ali Baba has taken to his page on Instagram with a revelation that has gotten his fans and followers talking.
The comedian reposted a post in which the author had submitted that it is only poor people that believe that money can truly solve every problem.
Ali Baba who seemed to agree with the author also recounted a personal experience in the caption that accompanied his post.
The comedian said he recently lost one of his friends to the coronavirus. According to Ali Baba, the deceased individual had about N5 billion as fixed deposit in just one of his bank accounts.
Ali Baba said the individual died on his way to the hospital from lack of oxygen.
"A friend of ours, just passed on. He died on his way to the hospital. Oxygen... lack of oxygen, and covid complications killed him. In one account alone... N5b is resting as fixed deposit. There are issues money can't solve."
Check out his post below:
Fellow celebrities and some followers were seen reacting to the post in the comedian’s comment section. Read what they had to say below:
"100% Gbam Sir . Money cannot stop sleepless nights, internal loneliness etc. All that glitters is not gold."
"Fact! RIP to your friend sir."
"What money can not solve, neither can poverty. However, money gives you a better chance. No one actually holds that phrase literally money answers all things.”
"Dying for lack of fund to buy the oxygen is worse."
"If not for the country, money would have saved him. Yes, money is not everything but the story of your friend who died due to lack of oxygen is not a good example to illustrate that."
Some weeks ago, Legit.ng reported that the comedian told Nigerians not to trust whoever tells them that COVID-19 is not real.
Ali Baba revealed that he spent his holiday in an isolation centre in the country. He stated that the second wave of coronavirus would be deadlier than the first.
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