Nigerians have berated controversial singer, Naira Marley for holding a fully packed concert despite the ban on public gatherings to fight against the spread of COVID-19 in the country.
The concert which was meant to be a drive-in show reportedly got out of hands as Naira Marley stepped on stage to entertain his fans.
In a clip posted on Twitter, most of the attendees were seen dancing in clusters, without face masks to protect themselves.
See some reactions below:
This unfortunate concert by Naira Marley was put together by Play Network Africa, Traffic Bar, El’Carnival and was proudly sponsored by Glenfiddich.
Silverbird Entertainment Centre was the venue while Nairabox and Ariiya sold the tickets.
There, you have your Covidiots! https://t.co/A8K347Vfy8
— Demola Of Lagos (@OmoGbajaBiamila) June 14, 2020
The Naira Marley Concert at Jabi Lake Mall Car Park was meant to be a drive in concert. They seemed to have it under control until Naira Marley came on stage. Marlians ??♂️ pic.twitter.com/cQbmKC6v8Q
— Mohammed Jammal (@whitenigerian) June 14, 2020
Apparently, NairaMarley had a concert in Abuja last night and this much people attended despite the pandemic.pic.twitter.com/wwBRLVcuMF
— Instablog9ja (@instablog9ja) June 14, 2020
Video of the moment Naira Marley and Ex BBNaija’s Housemate, Kim Oprah arrives in Abuja last night for Naira Marley drive-In-concert despite the ban on domestic flight.pic.twitter.com/ARDRfB3bm1
— HENRY O (@GidiLover) June 14, 2020
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