President of the Mixed Martial Arts Federation of Nigeria, Ambassador Henry George has urged Nigerians to develop a great sense of civic duty to help in the fight against coronavirus.
According to the Nigeria Center for Disease Control, NCDC as at 10pm 10th April, 2020, 305 cases of COVID-19 have been recorded with 7 deaths.
Speaking during a broadcast, George who doubles as the President, the Dynamite Fighting Champion, DFC advised Nigerians to obey the relevant authorities and put the interest of the general public first.
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“At this critical time in the globe we must develop great sense of civic duty by putting the interests of the general public above our personal interest, by obeying all Government’s directive to fight the COVID-19, by obeying the authorities we as individuals will stop the spread of this virus.”
The former Mixed Martial Artist enjoined all citizens to join in the fight against the deadly virus.
“Sports promotes unity and together we can fight this pandemic, as a people, as a strong team, as a global team and come out victorious like strong athletes. As a global team, we cannot meet physically but we can meet in our minds, together we can fight like great athletes to come out victorious. In solidarity as a nation, we join the fight against this deadly virus.”