A Lady identified on social media platform, Twitter, as @ruthyore, has called on the Nigerian Center For Disease Control to arrest her mother after she reportedly went to a wedding.
According to the lady who's based in Abuja, her mother had gone to Maraba, Nassarawa state to attend a wedding despite everyone advising her against it, thereby putting herself and everyone in danger of cantacting the deadly Coronavirus.
The tweet, which has since gone viral with over 5,000 likes and over 2,000 retweets, has caught the attention of many social media users, most of who found her foldness hilarious.
She wrote on Twitter:
“Dear @NCDCgov, good morning
Please can you arrest my mom in Maraba, she went to a wedding at Aso in Maraba, please send your task force there to locate them and shutdown the wedding ceremony. Thank you”.
Below is her tweet and reactions from Nigerians:
Pleaseets all try our best and stay safe during this coronavirus period.
#StaySafe & #StayAtHome..
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