Big Brother Naija star, Ifu Enada has taken to Instagram to claim she spent N200,000 on vitamin C amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
Ifu Enada who came into limelight during the 2018 Big Brother Naija Double Wahala edition is renowned for making bewildering statement.
This time around, she took to the photo sharing app, Instagram where she made claim that she has spent a huge amount of money in building her immune system.
In the process, he claimed to have spent N200,000 on Vitamin C alone.
Here is what she wrote.
"I’ve been on Vitamin C for years and I hardly fall sick.
I finally got my entire family on it, so when I buy for myself, I buy for them as well.
I also buy for some of my friends.
The brand I used sold out worldwide, so I had to introduce new brands which are mostly what you see in this picture. This month alone I’ve spent about 200k naira on Vitamin C.
With so many reports on Vitamin C usage in the prevention and treatment of Corona Virus (check my previous posts and my last IGTV video) , this is one of the best times to start your Vitamin C journey.
As for dosage, I can’t give advice on that because what I take might seem insane to the average mind that’s illiterate on VC.”
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