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Coronavirus: The Whole World Should Fine China For ‘Eating Certain Animals’ – Toke Makinwa

Toke Makinwa has expressed anger at China for putting the whole world at risk.

Popular Nigerian media personality, Toke Makinwa says the world should fine the Chinese government for the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

Makinwa took to her Twitter page to express her anger with China for allegedly being behind the deadly virus which has continued to claim lives and make people suffer.

According to her, the world is paying dearly because the Asian country refused to stop eating certain animals which is believed to be the cause of the coronavirus.

“Everyone is feeling the craziness, a lot of people have been laid off from work, a lot of companies downsizing snd restructuring, this bites, crazy times ahead.

“Not to even lie i am low key mad at china, the whole world should fine them when all of this is over, the whole world is paying dearly for it. Stop eating certain animals #Sigh.

“If this outbreak started in Africa, the way they would have contained it, the way they’ll ban and close their borders to anything coming from Africa, it’s just unfair, people losing jobs, their lives, conspiracy or not, lab or market in wuhan, this is insane.”

The deadly coronavirus broke out from Wuhan province of China towards the end of 2019 and has spread across many countries leading to over 12,000 deaths globally.

Meanwhile, the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) on Monday reported the first confirmed death from coronavirus in the country, with 36 total cases.

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