The corona virus has been the talk of the world these past weeks. Recently, news came out that some foreign bodies were surprised that the virus isn’t spreading across Africa. The surprise statement sounded like they really expected it to spread in Africa.

To the glory of God, we know this virus will not take a hold on Africa. We have overcome.

As efforts are being made to contain it, here’s a look at 7 Kinds of Africans we’d see during this period…

  1. The Crooky officials who will take advantage of the situation to make quick money…

One man’s Corona is another man’s COROLLA

2. Those who will BC it out with untested solutions like bathing with salt water or drinking lime and milk…

They did it to Ebola, who is Corona?

3. The internashuna traders that will order for sanitizers and face masks from the same country it came from…

…and raise it’s price

4. The  Overdo who won’t leave anything to chance…

5. Those that will misspell and mispronounce its name until it gets angry…

“Put some respek on my name!”

6. The conspiracy theorists and self-appointed world trend analysts who will say…

“This is a ploy and we will come to the bottom top of it”

And lastly…

7. The people who trust in God with all their heart, safe in the knowledge that He is a stronghold in perilous times and who will stand in the gap for those who have been hit in the body by the disease ( and in the mind by the panic)

We should all join our faith with the people in number 7!



  • Frequently washing the hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or warm water and soap.
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a flexed elbow or tissue when sneezing or coughing.
  • Avoid close contact with anyone who has a fever or cough.
  • Seek early medical help if they have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing, and share their travel history with healthcare providers.
  • Avoid direct, unprotected contact with live animals and surfaces in contact with animals when visiting live markets in affected areas.
  • Avoid eating raw or undercooked animal products and exercise care when handling raw meat, milk or animal organs to avoid cross-contamination with uncooked foods.



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