Comedian Alibaba uses closure of Churches, Vatican and Mecca to warn people against relying on prayer amidst coronavirus


Comedian Alibaba has shared a post to warn people who think they can cast and bind coronavirus from infecting them.

In a post he shared, Comedian Alibaba cited the closure of Churches, the Vatican and even Mecca as a pointer that coronavirus is not something to joke with and the way to avoid being infected is to follow the guidelines from the World Health Organization, WHO.

He wrote: “Don’t let anyone, no matter their religious position, use religious escapism to drive you to committing suicide. This #Coronavirus is no jokes

This is not the time to say #ItsNotMyPortion… #BindAndCast…

Same way they will tell you to pray for your wards to get a job, yet they are personally calling their contacts to employ their own wards.

The same people telling you to pray for protection from Armed Robbers, but are protecting themselves with armed security.

Better borrow yourself brain.

Mecca is empty. The Vatican too. Churches are temporarily closing down. Countries are cancelling visas. Borders are being closed.

Wash your hands.

Maintain social distances.

No handshakes.

Don’t touch your face.
Maintain highest form of hygiene.

Cover mouth when you sneeze.

Use a mask.

Don’t touch rails in public places.

Avoid public gatherings.