– Comedian Alibaba has told Nigerians not to trust whoever tells them that COVID-19 is not real

– The comedian revealed that he spent his holiday in an isolation centre in the country

– Alibaba stated that the second wave of coronavirus would be deadlier than the first

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Comedian Alibaba has taken to his social media page to speak to Nigerians that do not believe that COVID-19 is real. According to him, the second wave would be deadlier than the first.

In a video which the funnyman shared on his official Instagram page, Alibaba revealed that he spent his Christmas and New Year in isolation.

Noting that he was in Room 4 of the centre where he was isolated, the media personality stated that a lot of people from Room 1 to 5 lost their lives to the deadly disease.

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Comedian Alibaba

Comedian Alibaba warns people who still don’t believe that COVID-19 is real.
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Source: Instagram

He said:

“I spent all my Christmas and New Year in isolation. What I just want to let you know is that COVID is real. I was in Room 4 and I can tell you that from Room 1 to 5, the number of people that were taken out because they died. I have spoken with elderly people who have survived. If General Overseer Adeboye is wearing a mask, he’s telling people to be careful. Are you more prayerful than the G.O? Anyone that tells you COVID is s scam, don’t trust the person. Take it from me.”

Watch him speak below:

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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Comedian Alibaba warned people not to be deceived by pastors and imams.

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The Nigerian comedian took to social media to warn people against exposing themselves to the deadly COVID-19 also known as coronavirus.

In a recent post, he warned people not to be deceived by religious leaders who claim to have the powers to cure the virus.

The veteran comedian said this as he advised people to remain at home and protect themselves.

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