The country is headed to the much-needed lockdown which will restrict all unnecessary movements by citizens. The president addressed millions of South Africans who are overtly concerned for the nation because of the coronavirus outbreak. With the rise in the number of people affected in the country, any form help would be highly appreciated.
Dr Tumi has taken to Twitter to announce that he is willing to assist in the fight against the infection. He will be volunteering his time working at one of the local hospitals at their COVID-19 units during the 21 days lockdown, for free. The gospel star and medical practitioner recently had to remind DJ Cleo that he is a real doctor, after placing him on a list of entertainers with the title ‘Dr’ as their stage name.
Hi fam. I want to play a part in helping our government with the fight against CORONAVIRUS. Starting this Friday, I’ll be volunteering my time for free working at one of the local hospitals at their COVID 19 units during the 21 days #Lockdown. #AnswerTheCall
— Dr Tumi (@DrTumisang) March 24, 2020
This just warned my heart and also broke it at the same time coz this is him risking his life trying to save lives… God bless you Dr Tumi.. your efforts will never go unnoticed in the heavens😫🤗❤
We love and appreciate you🌻 https://t.co/H44hIAnI4o
— 👑King❤👑 (@JessicaNkosii) March 24, 2020
A true man of God and South African Hero. Thank you Dr Tumi. Please keep safe. https://t.co/4epynp6Toh
— Sarashni (@sarashni) March 25, 2020
— Bonginkosi MLambo (@Bonginkocy) March 25, 2020
In other news – Twitter question Minnie Dlamini and Quinton Jones marriage after a recent tweet
Television presenter, Minnie Dlamini Jones’ tweet about needing time alone led to speculation about the state of her marriage to Quinton Jones, with many suggesting that they are on bad terms.
On Tuesday, 24 March 2020, Minnie Dlamini Jones stated that she would not mind spending the national lockdown alone. Read more