Nigerian Rapper and fast rising music star, Zlatan Ibile a while ago today took to his Instagram live to lament saying this suffering is too much as he called on President Buhari to come to the rescue.
Today marks the 14th day since the Lockdown was announced by President Buhari in
certain states with high number of COVID-19 cases and its has taking its toll on a lot of Nigerian.
Firstly, it increased the rate of criminal activities committed by social misfits called Agbero/Street Thugs with increasing Cultism attacks across Lagos- Ogun State Boundaries.
On the Entertainment scene, Musician like Seyi Shay took to her Instagram earlier today to
lament how much she has lost in term of money as the lockdown has hindered her
performances, endorsement deals among other things. she closed out her ranting by
encouraging her fellow Nigerian Musicians to be strong and pray that this nightmares from Covid-19 end sooner for the good of everyone.
Meanwhile on the Foreign scene more deaths of COVID-19 cases continues to pile up as the
outbreak of the Virus reaches over 100 days since it happened in Wuhan China December 2019.
Lives reaching over a 100, 000 has been lost and there are projection of more deaths to follow.
The Lagos State Government has at yesterday announced that over 5 people have
recovered from the COVID-19 Virus Infection as the NCDC announced the current Index
Number of Cases to be over 300 and counting.
More also President Buhari would later Today at 7pm officially address the nation on the
way forward regarding the actions of Government of Nigeria in tackling the spread of the COVID-19 Virus.
The Major Talking point would be, Should the Federal Government increase the Lockdown or should the Lock down be relaxed a lil bit.
Ghana COVID-19 Index Cases reaches Over 500
Recall Just yesterday evening the President of Ghana increased the Lockdown in Certain
parts of Ghana by 7 days as Ghana COVID-19 Index cases reached over 500 as announced by the nations national center for disease control.
Watch the Video Below as Zlatan Ibile Lament calling out “Buhari, this suffering is too much”