On Thursday via his Twitter handle, Eneyama fumed over the high cost of COVID-19 tests in the country; adding that it is even more than the country's minimum wage for workers.
He wrote: "Payment for Covid-19 test in Nigeria is more expensive than the minimum wage.COVID-19 test should be free."
Expectedly, Eyeama's submission drew some replies with one of the users alluding to the fact that in Nigeria people will cash out on just anything
A user with the handle @GlDEONN wrote: It’s always business as usual, you expect someone that cannot feed to pay such exuberant amount just to get tested and come back home to still die of hunger?
As reported by PREMIUM TIMES, The total COVID-19 infections in Nigeria reached 164,000 on Wednesday with 89 new cases recorded in 10 states.
This is according to an update published by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) Wednesday night.
Nigeria has had a steady run of low infection figures in the past month.
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