Covid-19: Don’t panic, observe precautionary measures – 2Baba
Popular Nigerian music legend, Innocent Idibia a.k.a 2Baba has urged Nigerians not to panic but rather observe precautionary measures to curb the spread of coronavirus.
The legend, who gave this advice in a video clip on his Instagram page @2babaofficial said that Nigerians should develop the habit of washing their hands regularly.
“Stay safe my people. Let’s not go into panic mode because all we need to do is simple. “Wash hands with soap regularly. Stay clean. Minimize social contact.
#ONELOVERELIGION #WARRIOR,” he wrote.
He said that everybody should take the Coronovirus pandemic seriously, adding that it only required hygiene and social distancing to curtail the virus.
The singer added that even after this pandemic comes to an end, Nigerians should not relent but continue to wash their hands always.
Idibia is a Nigerian singer-songwriter, record producer and entrepreneur. He is one of the most decorated and successful Afro pop artists in Africa and also one of the most bankable artists in Africa.
2Baba has received numerous awards which include: MTV Europe Music Award, World Music Award, five Headies Awards (Hip-hop award), BET award for his musical work among others.
He has contributed immensely to entertainment industry in the country and beyond, with numerous songs, thereby making himself outstanding.(NAN)
Every woman needs a vibrator – Toke Makinwa
Nigerian media personality, Toke Makinwa, is no doubt a lady who knows the things to do to get her fans talking and it has worked for her over the years.
After all, she is an influencer and probably makes money anytime she talks. Despite Toke’s glitzy and glamorous lifestyle, a number of ladies and men seem to love to hate her as they disagree with some of her interesting opinions.
Just recently, the media personality took to social media to speak on a topic that a lot of African men and women shy away from, and this has to do with sex, pleasure and the most intimate part of their bodies.
She posted a video on her Instagram page admonishing every female to get themselves a sex toy.
In a short clip shared on Instagram, Toke said that she feels every female should have a vibrator and that, it is crazy if they do not have even one in the year 2020.
Speaking further, Toke asked how ladies would know what their body needs if they do not have a vibrator. She also said that she has three types she would recommend ladies to get and she also mentioned their names.
Nigeria is a failed country – Bimbo Akinsanya
Nollywood actress, Bimbo Akinsanya believes this Coronavirus period should be used to reflect on the state of things in Nigeria. She, however, declared Nigeria a failed country.
Speaking on the advice by the government to its citizens to stock up their homes, Bimbo who took to her Instagram page, wondered how comfortable the country wanted its citizens to be while staying at home, without the basic amenities of life, which the government has failed to provide.
“Stock up your home! Stock up your home!! With which money? In which fridge and with which electricity? Nigeria is a failed country”, she asserted.
Kylie Jenner donates $1m to fight coronavirus
Kylie Jenner continues to do her part during the coronavirus pandemic. The 22-year-old billionaire has donated $1 million dollars to help in the fight against the deadly virus sweeping the globe.
The money, which she donated to her OB-GYN, will help fund the cost of hundreds of thousands of masks, face shields, and other protective gear.
“I am speechless, my eyes are filled with tears of joy and my heart is overwhelmed with gratitude,” Dr. Thaïs Aliabadi posted to Instagram
“I made a wish to the Universe to gather protective masks for our brave healthcare workers and today my dream came true.
“One of my patients, a beautiful Living Angel just donated $1,000,000 to help us buy hundreds of thousands of masks, face shields, and other protective gear which we will have delivered directly to our first responders, as too many masks at hospitals are disappearing before making their way onto the faces of our front line heroes.
Nollywood actor, Matthew Alkali, dies on movie set
A fast-rising Nollywood actor, Mattew Alkali, popularly called The Bishop, died while on the set of a movie production last Tuesday.
The Kaduna-state-born actor was popular for his role as ‘Dareng’ in the Africa Magic drama series, ‘Halita’.
He was 36.
A Nigerian filmmaker, Dimbo Atiya, who broke the news of his demise on Facebook said the actor died “suddenly while he was filming on a set for an epic movie in a village near Keffi, Nasarawa State.”
He wrote, “Familiar Grounds Media would like to send our deepest condolences to the family of Alkali Mathew who played the character of Dareng on the TV Series, Halita. He was one of our much-valued cast, who died on March 24.
“This extremely sad event took place suddenly while he was filming on another set for an Epic movie in a village near Keffi. This has come as a rude shock to us all and we pray that the Lord will grant his family the fortitude to bear this great loss.”
The actor died at the Federal Medical Centre, Keffi in Nasarawa State.
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