Nigerian comedian Francis Agoda popularly known as I Go Dye has said he will be donating his mansion to the federal government to be used as an isolation centre as the country continues to battle with the coronavirus pandemic.
I Go Dye made the disclosure on his Instagram page, in which he said he is worried by the increasing number of coronavirus cases recorded in Nigeria on a daily basis.
He said donating his mansion will be his own contribution towards the efforts of the government to control, prevent, isolate and treat those diagnosed or to be treated in the future.
I Go Dye also appealed to the federal government to implement a two-week total lockdown so as to curb the spread of the deadly disease.
In other news, a Nigerian man identified as Kimberly Ezeike has exhibited the spirit of honesty after he helped a woman recover her money from where she lost it.
Ezeike, who took to his Facebook to share the story, said he was driving home when a bike man passed him.
He said a nylon fell from the bike, adding that when he stopped to check the content of the bag, he saw some money and it was to the tune of N100k.