– A Nigerian filmmaker, Debby King, has taken to social media to mourn after losing her friend
– The entertainer lost her very close friend to the deadly coronavirus
– According to Debby, the death was caused by the unprofessionalism displayed by the staff at the Yaba isolation centre
A Nigerian filmmaker, Debby King, recently suffered great loss after her good friend passed on as a result of the coronavirus.
According to Debby, she lost her bestie, Sotonye Ifeoma, to the virus on Monday, January 11. She also blamed the staff at the Yaba isolation centre in Lagos for being behind it.
Debby said that people at the isolation centres were not well taken care of and that it was better for people not to contract the virus at all.
The actress claimed the isolation centre was a death trap and added that her friend’s oxygen that was bought by her family was taken away from her and given to other people who paid them.
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Debby then shared photos of her late friend and accompanied them with messages to show her grief.
“I never thought I would be saying goodbye so soon. Rest in peace my bestie. May God forgive all your sins and accept your soul into paradise in Jesus name….Amen”
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RIP to the dead.
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that the Lagos State University College of Medicine shut down its campus in Ikeja after some students and officials contracted the deadly coronavirus.
The students and officials of the college confirmed the development, saying three of the students tested positive for the disease.
Also confirming the development, head, Centre for Information, Press and Public relations of the Lagos State University, Ademola Adekoya, said the affected students are in isolation.
Meanwhile, American actor, Bruce Willis, was asked to leave a store after he refused to wear a face mask.
The award-winning thespian recently visited a convenience store and created a fuss after declining to wear his mask.
A source that spoke to Page Six said the 65-year-old walked into the store with a bandana wrapped around his neck and when he was asked to put it over his nose, he declined.
The Die Hard actor chose to walk out of the store without the items he had gone to buy simply because he did not see the need to wrap half his face with a mask.
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