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Is covid 19 real

“This strain of COVID is deadlier than the one that has come before” – Alibaba says in recent video after his recovery (WATCH VIDEO)2 min read

Is covid 19 real? Nigerian Ace comedian, Alibaba, has revealed that he contracted COVID-19 and just came out of isolation. 


Alibaba who disclosed this via a video on his Instagram page on Monday, January 4, 2021said he spent his Christmas and New Year celebration in Isolation.

Is covid 19 real

In this video, He stressed that COVID19 is real saying;


”COVID is real.

Don’t let anyone tell you it’s a scam. I just came out of isolation. Several people died while I was there. Some of my close friends knew and they were very supportive.
I thank the Lagos State governor @jidesanwoolu and the commissioner for health, the MD of the COVID CENTRE in YABA, the Doctors, especially Dr Nifemi, who are risking their lives to keep us alive. Thanks to all the nurses.
I want to thank @gbengaadeyinka1stgcon… you are a good friend. @margaretorakwusi @maryamuwai @itsifeanyi and friends to go checked up on me.
COVID is real. Observe all the protocols.
People are dying. And it’s not a joke
In fact, anyone who says COVID is a scam is a compound idiot and a fool.”


Watch the video he shared below



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Is covid 19 real? Recall in Other News,

Son of Owner of Ekenedilichukwu Transport Company, Augustine Ilodibe Jnr, 42, died in Lagos from COVID-19 complications, according to a statement released by his family.

Is covid 19 real

The statement reads:

“With great sadness we announce the passing unto glory of our dear son, husband, father, brother and uncle, Ekendilichukwu Augustine Chukwunonso Ilodibe (Junior) who died this morning (Jan 4) from complications of COVID-19 in Lagos.


“We pray that his soul rests in peace and the Lord comfort his family and all of us he left behind.


“In consideration of the current pandemic, we kindly ask that you respect and maintain safety protocols through calls and messages to the family rather than physical visits.


“Thank you and God bless.”


The statement was signed by the deceased’s brother, Mr Obinna Ilodibe on behalf the family.

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