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"Crazy Times" A Covid-19 Satire By Philip Mgbemena by VANZETA: 7:32pm On Mar 23, 2020
Sadly, Churches were shut down;
Many felt relieved;
The virus would spread tru town;
Only in science we believe.

This Covid ish is serious;
But open bars and lounge;
Pass me one bottle;
Alcohol kills the virus.

Ndokwa to Barmanda fully jam-packed;
But they say let's close churches;
Not more than 50, no questions asked.

Market fully open;
Crowded by buyers;
Perhars the Virus is scared of Balogun;
Or is it just attracted only to our churches prayers.

They call us sheeples;
That, we are been fooled
"Religion Fanatics, Mental Cripples"

They do not understand The Church;
Else, why the judgement? why the rush;
Our only pillar of Morality and Sanity about to be destroy;
To some simple folks, what Joy sad .

Covid-19 is world a problem;
Let's solve it by creating more Problems;
Let us isolate "Shut Down" our sickly Economy;
Perhaps the Virus will leave when it realized we have no Money

Schools, little kids must stay at home also;
The virus is terrible; it has kill *"0 (Zero)"* number of children worldwide;
Let's save their soul...

They said it doesn't have a cure today;
But in 30days Chinese treated 80k;
some said, thanks to garlic and Our Italian is now Okay

chroloquine is effective says FDA;
Chroloquine is already in an average Nigerian DNA;
Perhaps our body is stronger;
But our mind is far weaker.

Stay positive, stay free, stay safe.

cc: lalasticlala
Re: "Crazy Times" A Covid-19 Satire By Philip Mgbemena by frankline461: 8:28pm On Mar 23, 2020
Amazing...
Nice work
But what really is your opinion on the religious banning? You feel it's wrong?
Re: "Crazy Times" A Covid-19 Satire By Philip Mgbemena by VANZETA: 9:50pm On Mar 23, 2020
frankline461:
Amazing...

Nice work

But what really is your opinion on the religious banning?
You feel it's wrong?

From3 stand point:
1) The virus is no not as deadly as the media want us to believe. Malaria is far dangerous.

2) you can not enforce 10% compliance on social distancing in Lagos, it is practically impossible. Too many people..
Where will you start, is it Ojuelegba, CMS, Ipaja, Ikeja along...
Why target religion?
Why target the economy?

Take away religion and food from the masses, what would ensue is chaos.

3) Lastly, military will have to get involved as usual then people that would die from military brutality will be more than the people that even have the virus.

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