– Popular Nigerian socialite, Laura Ikeji, has reacted to the growing number of coronavirus cases in the country
– She warned people who do not live in her house not to visit without facemasks
– Laura promised to douse them with sanitisers and added that COVID is real
Nigerian celebrity, Laura Ikeji, has taken necessary precautions to protect herself and her home from the raging coronavirus pandemic.
The socialite took to her social media pages to issue a stern warning to people who had ideas of visiting her abode without using a facemask.
Laura said she did not care to know how close they were and sanitisersas long as they did not live in her house, they had to wear facemasks.
She explained further that she would make sure they use sanitizers before getting close to her. The socialite also added that coronavirus is real.
In the caption of the post, Laura concluded her warning by telling people who did not believe in COVID not to bring their carelessness close to her.
In her words:
“Don’t even try coming for me. If u think it’s not real no wahala but don’t bring that carelessness near me.”
See her post below:
This is coming shortly after Legit.ng reported that Nollywood actress, Elvina Ibru, contracted COVID-19.
The movie star took to her Instagram page to notify fans as she self-isolated in her home. The actress shared a video where she told doubting fans that the disease was very real.
She addressed those who were going out without mask or sanitisers, saying they should best believe that the virus was real.
Elvina spoke on having to be on medic*tion and not being able to stay close to her loved ones. She said this was what the virus looked like and slammed those who felt the virus was a thing of shame that should be hidden.
Explaining further, the film star said anybody could have coronavirus because she was extremely careful and decided not to go to parties or socialise but stay at home instead. Despite that, she still contracted the disease.
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