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Wednesday, April 08, 2020

Nigeria's Top Billionaires Form Coalition Against Covid19( And Begin Setting Up Of Isolation Centers Across Nigeria

Nigerian Billionaire's are rising up to the Occasion of trying to curb the spread of coronavirus in Nigeria....

It started with donations and now World class Isolation centres are being built to hold those who test positive to the Virus.....



















56 comments:

  1. Wow! So good and commendable

    God bless them

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    1. Is there something they are envisaging that we are not?
      Why not share the monies amongst families who need it to ensure that people stay at home.

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    2. @queen Jay what is wrong with you????? What gives you the right to tell them how to spend their money??? Don't sit in your house but be expecting hand outs. Entitled human!

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    3. Queen Jay ,
      They don't need to envisage anything in order to do the right thing ,
      Having good isolation centres would act help curb the spread,
      In as much as some form of financial relief would help this is a very good initiative.

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    4. I think the Nigerians waiting for evacuation in other countries will be kept in these places before mixing them with the masses after 14days just like China is doing.

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  2. God bless them and continue to enlarge their coast.

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    1. Yes God bless them richly. May rhwie pockets never run dry.

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  3. Good job guys, I was not happy with the donation because I know that all the fund is will still go to our Wicked leaders.

    Thank God you guys have started what is needful. God will bless you all richly. Atleast alot of people will work and get paid, they can be able to feed their families.

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    1. This corona will b a Blessing to many. God remb me, pple doing wood works and metal, c contracts, green carpets , Tents.
      Truly in every bad thing some good come out of it
      The rate Nigerians cub deadly virus is still very outstanding! Like d swiftness is top notch πŸ‘Œbut the citizens r not helping matters at all, Na we go use our hands kill ourself las las.
      Who saw the Gbagada work out on Sunday? Residence complained and those fools took it to Ikorodu, Ojoto and mile 12,
      Gov Sanwolu shd deploy armed men honesty, d way some pple care-less about this virus makes u wonder if they listen to foreign news at all.
      Some countries abandon corpse on d street. Cadbord coffins r being made. While our stupid, stubborn citizens r busy crowing up and working out, exchanging sweats. Bluing Sun kill Koro
      His Excellency Please deploy your Zombies and SARS . Those r the type accidental bullets shd hit. # DropsMic#

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  4. Nice one, some of the isolation centres should be converted to hospitals after the pandemic

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  5. God bless you all... Surely, it will end in praise.

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  6. Well done, this is what we are talking about

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  7. This is good and commendable. God bless them.

    They would please look at the maintenance of these places even after God helps us defeat this pandemic.

    The government needs to support them in building good hospitals across the nation and ensure they are affordable for all.

    Nigeria will be great. Let's speak positivity. God bless us.

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  8. Highly commendable!!! Great move.

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  9. Good job! God bless them all. At least those working will be paid and they will be able to take care of their families.

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  10. God bless them. This is way better than giving the money to FG.

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  11. Ned Nwoko is he not a billionaire na again hmmmmm

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    1. He is more interested in getting mud face masks with his latest teenage bride.

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    2. πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£@RSQ

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    3. Hahaha πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ RSQ, no mercy

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    4. RSQ,Chai! This is called technical knock out!πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„

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    5. It's been a while RSQ😊

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  12. Is Tinubu not a Nigerian billionaire? Why is Indimis' name not there? In fact, where are all those social media billionaires? It's time to put those billions into good use...

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    1. Lol these one came together and discussed how to put their donations to good use bc they know the consequence on their businesses if the virus wipes out a large number of the population (which won’t happen but just playing and instance).

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  13. This is a very good initiative... God bless them all.

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  14. Highly commendable πŸ‘

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  15. Wow! This is good. God bless them richly

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  16. Amazing God bless you guys..na this one we wan dey here

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  17. God help us in this country for this show of shame. Instead of them to erect world class facilities in the hospitals across the country,they are wasting money on this temporal structure. They want to collapse ward in luth to Nurse covid patient. Other patients with other ailments are suffering due to neglect by federal government. No standard structure in the hospitals,obsolete equipment. ON the corridor in the hospitals we move Oxygen cylinder from on patients to the other in other to save lives.This structure in other to cover their shamein case CNN Covers it.NIGERIA FOR SHOW.May the lord bring speedy recovery to all patients in government hospitals across the nation. May the lord strengthens all health workers who use their personal resources to help patients. Sometimes we bring our personal torchlight to work in case of no light .Have been trapped inside elevator while transferring a poor patient to intensive care unit.We contribute money for patients to get antibiotics after surgery. GOD please save this country already

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    1. You are silly!!! What little have you done???? Entitled mentality

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    2. @anon 10:40, I understand your perspective but you should also understand that temporal structures are the only thing we can put up as we do not have the capacity to build a proper facility to accomodate and treat thousands in the time frame we have. Moving forward, we hope that most of the equipment used would be properly sanitized/disinfected and donated to the health facilities we have (those which can be reused) and also that our government properly utilizes our healthcare budget while supporting the growth of private healthcare facilities.

      @anon 11:28, what right do you have to question the former's comment? That person is obviously a medical practitioner if you took the time to read so is most definitely doing something to be commended even before the onset of this pandemic. You really should try to underatand and read properly before you make comments, also look to yourself before you ise certain words cos you just might find that they apply to you more than the intended target.

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    3. The supposed medical practitioner's opinion should be directed to Govt who has major responsibilities to d health sector.Not certain individuals who chose to put their monies together to fight this virus.It's just that simple

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  18. Please I beg the billionaires patients need world class facilities in the hospitals so that their stay will be memorable. Not filthy dity bed bug mattres in the hospitals.

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  19. Very commendable..

    Good initiative☝☝☝☝

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  20. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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  21. Nice ones Guys πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘ Better than giving federal government money, Walahi

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  22. They are doing all these because their businesses are taking a huge hit.
    😏😏😏

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  23. Great move πŸ‘πŸ‘ God bless them.

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  24. They should pick up one teaching,or specialist hospitals in the county and fixed it up ,all this are waste of resources what happens to this centre after covid 19 is over?

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  25. Nice one,better than giving it to govt who will then share it amongst themselves

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  26. God bless them,we need more of ventilators. Beds without ventilators, many will die unfortunately

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  27. Now this is highly commendableπŸ‘πŸ‘

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  28. Well done! God bless you all.. this is highly commendable.

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  29. Good job. better than giving the government the money that will never be used.

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