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‘Arrest them’ – Nigerians express anger at people making coronavirus skits

Several Nigerians have taken to Twitter to hit out at the people creating jokes from coronavirus.

Several Nigerians are calling for the arrest of people who make jokes and prank call the NCDC about the coronavirus pandemic.
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Prior to that, the NCDC complained about receiving several calls that a person was suffering from severe coronavirus symptoms. However, when they reached out to the person involved, only to find out it was a skit.

“We received several messages & calls, over an Instagram video,” the NCDC wrote. “The individual was said to be very sick & reported that NCDC did not respond.”

“We have reached out to him and he said what he did was a SKIT.

“He is well Pls respect the call and message lines. Do not spread panic,” the NCDC added.

Because of that, several people have been lashing out the people making jokes out of the covid-19 pandemic.

See some of the responses below:

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