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Dreaded COVID-19!!! Fireboy sends powerful message to fans, commends health workers

Nigerian singer, Adedamola Adefolahan popularly known as Fireboy DML, on Wednesday urged fans to be careful and take necessary precautions during the coronavirus pandemic

The YBNL star through his Instagram page advised people to stay indoors and wear protective gear or and maintain social distancing if they must go out.

Fireboy further commended Nigerian health workers for their bravery and steadfastness being the frontliners of the battle with the disease.

“Please stay home, and if you MUST go out, make una use protective gear and maintain social distancing abeg.

“Love and gratitude to all the health workers at the frontline of this pandemic. Thank you so much for your sacrifice and God bless you!” he said.

Health workers had continue to risk their lives daily as the government also directed that some precautions should be taken to curb the spread of the virus and also reduce the death.

CANDIIDONLINE recalls that the coronavirus pandemic has shut down activities in many countries of the world as lots of lives have been lost to the deadly disease.

The pandemic had developed countries lamenting over their overwhelmed healthcare systems while developing countries atruggle to put measures in place to tackle the pandemic.

Death tolls had also continue to rise as some countries claim to have developed vaccines for the virus. However, the vaccines had not been certified as it’s still been subjected to various testing.

Fireboy is signed to YBNL Nation, an independent record label founded by Nigerian rapper Olamide. His debut studio album Laughter, Tears and Goosebumps, released in 2019 won the Listener’s Choice and “Jesloys” from the album was nominated for Song of the Year for at the 2020 Soundcity MVP Awards Festival.

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Written by Mateen Badru


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