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Yemi Alade gives out cash gifts to fans amid the looming coronavirus lockdown

Nigerian singer, Yemi Alade, has revealed that she plans on giving out cash gifts at random to her fans.

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And she plans to give as many as she can.

There’s an impending coronavirus lockdown across the nation. In fact, some states have already started imposing theirs.

For example, the Governor of Rivers State yesterday announced that he has barred all movements into and out of the state. Shortly after, the NCDC announced that Rivers State recorded its first coronavirus case.

Owing to that, several celebrities have been rallying round to support the less privileged in this trying moment. Don Jazzy, Runtown, just to name a few, have already given out money to their fans at random. In the same vein, Yemi Alade has also started giving out cash to people.

As it appears, she is currently at it even as we speak.

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