High Alert! With 1 Death, The Nigerian Entertainment Industry is not left out of the effect of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) fast-spreading in many parts of the country.
Celebrities are not left out. Hope you heard about the time someone said People who went for AMVCA should self-isolate after someone who had the virus reportedly attended and fraternised with celebrities. So, here’s a list of celebrities affected by Coronavirus in Nigeria.
1. Eniola Badmus:
- Nollywood Actress Eniola Badmus returned from the UK last week and has since been in isolation. Recently, she was called out for not keeping herself in isolation. She, however, responded that since her return, she has only checked on a friend once and is back in isolation.
2. Nse Ekpe Etim
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Hi lovelies, Yesterday, in the morning, I returned to Lagos from the UK – one of the countries listed as a COVID-19 hotspot by the Federal Ministry of Health. I am presently in Self-Isolation according to the directives of the NCDC and in constant communication with them. So far, I have not displayed any symptoms of the Coronavirus. However, I will maintain my isolation and keep people at bay till the coast is clear. I hope everyone is responsible enough to do the same. Avoid public gatherings as much as you can. Wash your hands and sanitize them often. Stock up your home with essentials, while being considerate to others so they too can and most importantly, don't panic. This too shall pass. Love, and Light. NS
- Nse was in the UK when the virus broke out. With the United Kingdom being one of the nations being badly hit. Since her return to Nigeria, the Nollywood actress has returned to Nigeria and has since put herself in Isolation.
- The titan queen has been in the UK for a while and definitely does not plan coming back until the storm has passed. At first, her fans called for the borders to be open until she said she would rather be isolated in the UK than in Nigeria.
- Wizkid is among the celebrities forced to stay indoors as a result of the COVID-19, and in a bid to pass the time, as he and fellow artiste Tekno suggested that they play a game of dice rolling.
- Davido cancelled his A Good Time concert in Denver over scares of the Coronavirus. he Nigerian superstar had already performed to sold-out shows in Edmonton, Vancouver, Seattle, Los-Angeles, Las Vegas and San Fransisco and was still set to take on New York, Chicago, Miami, Toronto and several other major cities across North America and Canada.