American-born Nigerian singer, David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido has revealed how he is struggling to cope with self-isolation following the spread of coronavirus in Nigeria.
David Adeleke had to self-isolate after he attended a show with more than 50 people in the ancient city of Ibadan on March 21, Saturday, despite warnings by federal and state governments to Nigerians to avoid social gatherings and observe social distancing.
The event was held at Stone Cafe Ibadan.
He was later seen with Governor Seyi Makinde, who also held PDP rally recently. On Sunday, March 22, 2020, Governor Seyi Makinde confirmed the first case of coronavirus in Oyo state.
However, in a video shared on his Twitter handle, the singer showed how he has been coping with self-isolation.
“Isolation don turn me to bricklayer been on this one hour no progress,” he captioned the video.
Isolation don turn me to brick layer 😂 been on this one hour no progress 😂 pic.twitter.com/BYB2c5a84V
— Davido (@davido) March 24, 2020