COVID-19: Nigerians in China reject food, gifts from Chinese

COVID-19: Nigerians in China reject food, gifts from Chinese

- After maltreating Nigerians living in China, some Chinese could be seen in a video trying to appease the Africans with food and gift items

- Nigerians, however, rejected the food and gift items, saying they don't need them

- The Chinese tried to persuade the Nigerians to receive the items, but all to no avail

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Nigerians in China have rejected gift items from their Chinese hosts who tried to appease them after maltreating them.

Recall that Nigerians in China were maltreated in the Asian country over the coronavirus pandemic.

In a bid to appease the Africans, Chinese visited their place of residents to drop gifts for them, but the gifts were rejected.

In a video which was shared by Africa Fact Zone, some Nigerians could be heard telling the Chinese to take their gifts away, adding that they don't need them.

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In other news, tragedy struck as a mental health nurse and a midwife who worked at the same hospital died after contracting the deadly coronavirus.

Forty-one-year-old Lillian Mudzivare and Safaa Alam worked at Birmingham Women's and Children's NHS Trust.

Shazad, Safaa's husband who is currently grieving, said the death of his wife has left an empty feeling and space in his life.

He said: "Saf was my beautiful and full-of-life wife. She was my childhood sweetheart and we grew up together."

Meanwhile,,gh previously reported that Bishop David Oyedepo of Winners Chapel declared an end to the coronavirus pandemic the country is battling with, saying the deadly disease is becoming history.

Recall that the cleric has been in the news lately for his stance on continuous closure of churches amid the pandemic.

Bishop Oyedepo has been criticised and also been praised for expressing displeasure over continuous closure of churches.

The man of God in a video on his official Twitter page could be seen making a declaration against coronavirus.

He said: "There shall be an outbreak of revival across every church, every ministry, as an aftermath of this noisome pestilence."

President Akufo-Addo has extended the ban on social gatherings by two more weeks. | #Yencomgh(opens in new tab)

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