‘Nigerians respect fear more than religion’ – Simi speaks against the current coronavirus strategy

March 24, 2020
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Singer, Simi has reacted to the current strategy implemented by authorities to curb the spread of coronavirus in the country.

The music star who noted that authorities urged Nigerians not to “spread fear”, stated that there is need for a change in strategy as the only thing Nigerians respect more than religion is fear.

Simi added that everything in the country needs to be shut down now. She tweeted;

“Don’t spread fear.” They said. At this point, we might need to change that strategy because the only thing Nigerians respect more than religion is fear. Everything needs to shut be down. Not later. Now!
If they insist on going to church, show them the stories of churches abroad where the virus spread. These religious heads need to start being more responsible. People respect you – ACT LIKE YOU DESERVE THE RESPECT. Be compassionate and tell your followers to stay home.

The country has been shut down for less trivial things before etc…somehow we got by. Now let’s do it for something way more important. For our lives. We’ve been governing ourselves on a lot of things that matter for a while now, we have no choice but to continue. Please

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