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Lets save our country-bbnaija winner Mercy eke Advices Nigerians.

Lagos state Commissioner for health, Prof. Akin Abayomi had advised participants at the African Magic viewers’ Choice Award, AMVCA which held on 14th March, 2020 to observe strict self-isolation as they may have come in contact with an individual who tested positive for coronavirus.

As a result of this advise, some celebrities have been revealing their personal efforts to contain the spread, one of such celebs is the winner of Big Brother Naija 2019, Mercy Eke.

Mercy took to her Twitter account and disclosed that she has been adhering strictly to the directives from health officials in line with the revelation that they might have been exposed to contracting the virus.

She wrote; “Already taking this seriously, our health is wealth. let’s all do our best to save our country ”

See her post below:

Mercy Eke

@real_mercyeke

Already taking this seriously, our health is wealth🙏 let’s all do our best to save our country ❤ https://twitter.com/ProfAkinAbayomi/status/1242449468626284547 

Prof. Akin Abayomi

@ProfAkinAbayomi

#COVID19 Lagos Alert🔊!
I hereby notify you that all participants at the African Magic viewers’ Choice Award (AMVCA) held on14th March at @EkoHotels may have come in contact with one of the confirmed cases in Lagos and
are most likely to have been exposed to #COVID19 Infection.

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Koffi olomide found guilty for Raping a 15 year old dancer

A French court on has handed Congolese singer Koffi Olomide a two-year suspended prison sentence for the statutory rape of one of his former dancers when she was 15.
The ruling means the Congolese star only faces arrest if he commits further offences.
former dancer.

The court in Nanterre, outside Paris, also ordered him to pay a fine of the same amount for helping three women enter France illegally.
Olomidé, 62, was ordered to pay 5,000 euros ($5,700; £4,300), 575,000 shillings in damages to the former dancer.

The court in Nanterre, outside Paris, also ordered him to pay a fine of the same amount for helping three women enter France illegally.
Koffi Olomidé is a huge star of rumba and soukous which are popular across much of Africa.

One of the best-loved hits of his long career is 1997’s Loi.

Olomidé was first charged in 2012 with aggravated rape but the charges were reduced.

Four dancers who used to work for the musician told the court that he sexually assaulted them multiple times between 2002 and 2006. They said the assaults happened in the Democratic Republic of Congo and France.

The women further alleged they were held captive in a villa outside Paris and escaped one night in June 2006, but did not return home to DR Congo for fear of reprisal.

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