Toke Makinwa celebrates Nigerian health workers as heroes, heroines

Mazino Dickson

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As Nigeria continues to fight the Coronavirus pandemic, On-Air-Personality Toke Makinwa has identified with the country’s heroic health workers.

She says what Nigerians must do is stand together in compassion and solidarity – just like the health workers in the frontline.

Before you complain about being stuck at home, be thankful that there is a home, a bed, you can afford the luxury of time to be still, today I join @darlingnigeria by putting my hair in a top bun in appreciation to those special people who cannot afford to stay home like the rest of us, the Health workers across Nigeria fighting the Coronavirus pandemic every day,” she said via Instagram.

They are at risk, they are first responders and are right in the middle of it all, they want to stay home too, they want to sleep in and complain too, they want a day off too, they are our heroes. I salute you all working round the clock to ensure things get back to normal soon. Thank you all, we love you.”

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Inmates!!!!! Before you complain about being stuck at home, be thankful that there is a home, a bed, you can afford the luxury of time to be still, today I join @darlingnigeria by putting my hair in a top bun in appreciation to those special people who cannot afford to stay home like the rest of us, the Health workers across Nigeria fighting the Coronavirus pandemic everyday. They are at risk, they are first responders and are right in the middle of it all, they want to stay home too, they want to sleep in and complain too, they want a day off too, they are our heroes. I salute you all working round the clock to ensure things get back to normal soon. Thank you all, we love you ❤️#darlinghealthworkerssalute In this difficult time, we need to stand together in compassion and solidarity and show support to all our Doctors, Nurses, Support staff and Caregivers.❤️🙏

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As at Thursday morning, Nigeria has recorded 276 COVID-19 CASES, 44 recovered and 6 deaths.