A new pandemic has been reported in Nigeria that is spreading across Nigeria and faster than COVID-19.

The earliest variant was first discovered in Onitsha in Anambra State in 2010, but it later disappeared sometime in February 2018.

Virologists and scientists across Nigeria have now named the virus OBID-23, due to it fast rate of spread. Although thousands of elderly persons are already down with this virus, experts say YOUTHS are more predisposed to contracting this OBID-23 virus.

The fatality rate of this new virus is ZERO and the symptoms include.

(1.) Unusual desire for good governance

(2.) Severe hunger and thirst for Economically advanced, safer and better Nigeria

(3.) Complete loss of appetite for giving or accepting ‘Shi-shi’ (Bribe) and vote selling

(4.) ‘Stinginess’ and zero tolerance to economic wastages

(5.) High intolerance of tribalism, ethnicity, selfishness and religious discriminations.

(6.) Extraordinary compulsion to go to INEC CVR Center to register and get your PVC.

If you are showing any of these symptoms, then you may have contracted this virus. If you are already infected by the virus, please don’t panic. Recent research at Ahmadu Bello University Center for virological studies has proved that victims of OBID-23 virus will remain absolutely healthy and ready to champion the emergence of a new Nigeria.

Since the re-emergence of OBID-23 this year, World Health Organisation has remained perplexed and world leaders are keenly observing the development in Nigeria to determine if border closure will be necessary to contain the spread.

There is no known cure or preventive measures to protect people from OBID-23 virus. Once anyone comes in contact with the virus, it stays with the person for life and such OBID-23 victims are now called the OBI-DIENTS.

If you suspect that you might have contracted the OBID-23 infection, please quickly join the amazing group of People living with OBID-23 virus, which includes Peter Obi Support Network group or Take Back Naija Movement.

Culled from: The People’s Conscience Newspaper- July 5, 2022, (Creative News Column) Page 3.

By osibanews

Eliel Otote A is an Actor and Filmmaker, with a bias for journalism. He was a freelance feature writer with the Nigerian Observer in the 80's in Benin City, he also presented programmes on both radio and television. Eliel is the Editor and Publisher of OSIBAnews Network Magazine, of which this blog is an affiliate.

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