- Singer Teni has declared that coronavirus is real and people should ensure they adhere to all safety protocols to keep themselves and others safe
- The popular entertainer said life is sweet and she will ensure she gets herself vaccinated because to protect herself against the deadly disease
- In a video she posted on her Instagram page, Teni advised people to wash their hands regularly and use their face masks
Nigerian artiste Teni has taken to social media to advise Nigerians on the need to wear nose mask and wash their hands regularly.
In a video she posted on Instagram page, the award-winning entertainer said she will get COVID-19 vaccine soon because she can't continue to risk her life.
According to the singer, life is sweet and she doesn't want to die and leave all the enjoyment behind.
She advised people to always wash their hands, make use of hand sanitisers and practise social distancing.
Ali Baba recounts COVID-19 experience
Legit.ng previously reported that ace Nigerian comedian Ali Baba took social media to advise people to adhere to safety guidelines against the deadly coronavirus after surviving the disease.
In a video on his Instagram page, the comedian said people died in the isolation centre he was taken to when he contracted COVID-19.
According to him, anyone who says coronavirus is not real should not be trusted. He said the virus is real and killing people.
China, US differ over fresh probe into origin of coronavirus
In other news, as controversies continue to trail the origin of COVID-19, China and the United States have taken opposing views with both countries failing to put their eggs in the same basket on the pandemic for the umpteenth time.
Since its outbreak in 2019, the coronavirus infection has been largely responsible for millions of death in the world with the US, India, Italy and some Europeans severely buffeted by the deadly scourge.
According to Worldometeres, a reference website that provides counters and real-time statistics for diverse topics, over 172,010,383 have been recorded across more than 200 countries and territories in the world since the COVID-19 outbreak.