Nigerian singer, Mr. P has reacted to claims that coronavirus doesn’t exist in Nigeria, with a message for the unbelievers.
Although Mr. P was called out for chasing clout with fake news, he however shared that his wife, Lola Okoye, and year-old daughter, Aliona had recovered from the deadly coronavirus after a while in isolation.
It appears some people still do not believe that the virus exists and the singer who is preparing for the release of his album “The Prodigal” took to his Twitter page to share a message.
He cautioned people to stay safe as they go out, adding that a word is enough for the wise.
He wrote: “For those still doubting Covid19. A word is enough for the wise! Stay safe out there. Ignorance is a disease.
Far worse than the underlying virus (Covid19) California has gone Shut Down again and some states in the US are about to do the same.
Some will still say Covid19 is a Scam. It’s ordinary malaria! Prepare your mind, because life might not be normal till next year.”
It is believed that Peter’s latest advice stems from the statements from an actor, John Okafor aka Mr Ibu, who is of the opinion that the life-threatening pandemic ravaging the world, Coronavirus, is not in Nigeria.
In an interview, the actor reportedly said he does not believe that COVlD-19 exists in Nigeria nor does he care about its existence.
A part of the conversation reads;
“My brother, COVID-19 or 20 is not here, I don’t care. Why would China give us sickness and America embellish the technicality and then sell it to the world and people now begin to die when they know it’s killing.”Thank God we have hot weather, the COVID-19 is not here.”
“COVID whatever is not in Nigeria, we have hot weather here, the disease is scared of us just as we are scared of it so it can’t come here.”