Covid-19 Has Proved That Hand Sanitizers Are More Powerful Than Anointing Oil- Mzbel

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Between Ghana and Nigeria, one simply cannot tell which country has the most unapologetic sense of humor.

The penchant these two countries have when it comes to adding hilarity to any other thing on this earth’s surface is almost legendary— even in dire situations.

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Since the break of Covid-19, there have been several memes and funny videos that have all been created by people from these countries.

We are safe to say it is almost as if we don’t know the severity of the issue but we do. We have been making fun of everything for as long as we can remember so this really is no news.



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We have the penchant of putting religion in the middle of everything. In the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak, the religious bandwagon has added their voices to it.

Some think prayers and anointing oil can help make the situation lighter and protect us from contracting the virus but there has been a high demand for hand sanitizers instead.

And that is what Mzbel is dwelling in today— according to the mother of two, the virus has brought to bare that there is no power in a sheer bottle of anointing oil.

Meanwhile, Ghana has recorded 5 new cases making it a total of 16 cases in all.

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Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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