When you are kind to people, others are likely to be kind to you, unlike those who are known to be selfish and nasty. This is called karma.
In the world today, we hear that the noxious pandemic has affected over half a million people worldwide, claimed over thousands of lives worldwide. With cases of over 70.000 in Italy, over 5.000 in the U.K including the Prince of Wales, the UK junior health minister, Nardine Dorries, some senators, chief of staff to Muhammadu Buhari, the president of Nigeria, Governor of Bauchi, Bala Muhammed (in Nigeria), and more. Including over 8.000 who have died in Italy, over 4.000 in Spain with over 56.000 cases, over 81.285 in China where it began with deaths of over 3.200 to suffice the list.
What will those inconsiderate leaders do when they cannot travel abroad for treatment?
Take note that some senators, state governors, and leaders have tested positive for coronavirus in Nigeria. That means they cannot fly outside the country for special treatment like before. They should have invested in the health system and revamp those ill-maintained state hospitals for the masses, but they never showed interest. This means they face the music like the common masses since the world is in lockdown as one of the precautionary measures.
Staying at home is another precautionary measure, just like washing hands for 20 seconds after touching surfaces outside, or returning home. In fact, washing your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds regularly without touching your face.
You see, at this delicate and angst state, the health system of each country should have almost enough resources and health facilities to take care of victims, but unfortunately, most countries in the third world countries where corruption and injustice thrive, their citizens do suffer.
Imagine Nigeria for instance where some senators, governors, and leaders have tested positive to covid-19, the biggest challenge will be medical treatment knowing they have squandered the funds meant to equip and buy medications for government hospitals and clinics which are in a sorry state now. That is solely because they always selfishly travel abroad (medical tourism) like Germany, the United Kingdom, the United States of America, Spain, and Italy for treatments.
What will they do? Let’s the sycophants who supported them back then when many unhappy Nigerians were complaining of ill-treatment and the poor state of all government hospitals. Some of them need ventilators, quarantine, and medical treatment but wouldn’t they feel the lack of resources and medical equipment which the poor masses were crying for in the past?
Don’t throw stones if you live in a glasshouse.
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TinuTino · 26 March 2020 at 10:54 PM
I hope everyone finds peace and healing.