By Olushola Ricketts
There is fireplace on the mountain following the surprising death of popular billionaire, Bolu Akin-Olugbade, broken-down defense force administrator of Imo and Lagos States, Rear Admiral Ndubuisi Kanu (rtd); Lagos Convey Deputy Governor’s brother, Dr. Haroun Hamzat and Planet One Resort owner, Shaka Momoh.
Their passing has despatched a shock wave to their effectively-heeled chums.
What makes this more dreadful is that each one these deaths had been reportedly triggered by COVID-19 considerations. Although final 365 days, the virus took the lives of socialites esteem Senator Buruji Kashamu and broken-down Governor of Oyo Convey, Abiola Ajimobi, things returned to popular and all americans idea the pandemic became underneath alter. Nonetheless then, with out warning, the second wave sweeps in and high society is bearing the brunt.
Mayegun Wasiu Ayinde Marshal became even rapid to warn guests at a recent Lagos event of the hazard of COVID-19 and the want to design close social distancing seriously. Although it became in his popular Yoruba dialect, he sang: “Don’t build the king of Fuji in pain. I am right here to discuss Coro. It will not be a child’s at all. Please give me social distance. It will not be child’s play.”
Attributable to the scare of coronavirus, the Alaafin of Oyo, Oba Lamidi Adeyemi, had to postpone his 50th coronation anniversary indefinitely. Right here’s a landmark event for the royal father and all plans had been concluded to push the boat out for him.
Yearly, Chief Rasak Okoya hosts high society to a lavish event for his birthday anniversary. Nonetheless days ago as he grew to alter into 81, the event became miniature to household participants attributable to the pandemic.
A source who refused to present names attributable to the sensitivity of the matter instructed Social Circuit that some diversified top society figures had been in diversified isolation centres, while more are undoubtedly taking into account their health. The source added that it would design close God’s grace for some to dwell on the pandemic.