Divine Ikubor, Mavin Records-signed Nigerian singer better known as Rema, has taken a swipe at the country’s leaders, saying the coronavirus crisis has forced them to use the health system they have left in disrepair for long.
Nigeria has continued to witness increased cases of COVID-19 with 46 persons recorded so far.
The rising cases have also continued to generate concerns in some quarters considering the nation’s poor health system.
Several countries across the globe have also restricted flights for visitors as part of measures aimed at combating the spread of coronavirus — a development that has taken a toll on most Nigerian leaders known for globetrotting whenever they fall ill.
Don Jazzy, Marvin Records CEO, had earlier taunted the country’s leaders over their inability to travel abroad for medical treatment due to the coronavirus crisis.
Joining the fray, the ‘Bad Commando’ crooner took to his Twitter page to aim words of mockery at the government.
They refused to invest in hospitals because they could fly abroad to get treatments for themselves, now countries borders closed, Karma take the wheel. 🇳🇬💔Advertisement
— REMA (@heisrema) March 25, 2020
“They refused to invest in hospitals because they could fly abroad to get treatments for themselves, now countries borders closed, Karma take the wheel,” he wrote on Twitter.
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