South African comedian, political commentator, and “The Daily Show” host, Trevor Noah, has asked fellow South Africans to do their part during the country’s 21-day lockdown.
In a video which was shared by Comedy Central Africa on social media, Trevor Noah can be seen sitting in his home in New York encouraging South Africans to listen to the government’s call to stay at home.
“Coronavirus has taken over the world my friends. We are stuck in our houses, they told us we can’t go outside and now we are stuck waiting for this 21-days to end. All over the world, we are going through the same thing, and all I can ask you, as my fellow South Africans, is to guys please work together on this.” – he said in the recorded video
“Let’s make it safer for them by playing our part. You can stay home. You can FaceTime with your friends and braai indoors, just don’t burn down your mother’s kitchen,” – Noah added
Watch the below video
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Zita Zimande is a sports news journalist from the University of Johannesburg. Besides being a sports fanatic, she loves to cook during her spare time.