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Nigerians Attacks Seyi Shay For Insinuating That Malaria And Typhoid Are More Deadly Than Coronavirus

Seyi Shay compares Coronavirus to typhoid and malaria.

Nigerians Attacks Seyi Shay For Insinuating That Malaria And Typhoid Are More Deadly Than Coronavirus 1

Nigerian singer, Seyi Shay is currently under heavy backlash on social media for insinuating that Malaria and Typhoid are more deadly than Coronavirus.

Sheyi Shay took to her Twitter page to questioned why the government is giving ‘serious’ attention to coronavirus while ignoring the damages done by typhoid and malaria.

She wondered why people aren’t bothered about the deaths caused by typhoid and malaria but are more concerned about Coronavirus. She wrote:

“So wait… is corona virus more deadly than malaria? And why cant our government do something about malaria and Typhoid that people seem to be getting every week out here? Or is that just a WHOOOOLE ‘nother story??

“Ok, so its contagious BUT is it more deadly? This one that everyone is forgetting that people have been and are still dying from Malaria and typhoid… daily!”

Seyi Sha’s comment is coming just 3 day after American singer, Keri Hilson, was dragged for saying that the deadly coronavirus was caused by 5G networks networks.

Nigerians are reacting outrageously while replying to her question on social media users.

https://twitter.com/adelekeayo_/status/1240531244049457152?s=20

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  1. Wait oooooo all of you that are giving money to the government for corona virus you think its reaching us, you better select one state of the country and do your sharing there

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