Lydia Jazmine counts her April and May losses in six countries
April 13, 2020 12:40 PM @ugandaonline
Today Easter would have found me in Canada then London next week. Thereafter Belgium, Netherlands, Sweden, Australia, France, This April & May. I had all my visas ready...
Lydia Jazmine counting her losses the Easter season
It is Easter time and the first of its kind being held at home with literally all countries under lockdown.
Uganda is equally faced with its Coronavirus troubles, though luckily, no deaths are registered and more interestingly, some four from the now 55 cases have recovered.
The entertainment industry, like others, is hit and Lydia Jazmine cannot travel as most airports have equally shut down as a way of curbing the spread of the virus that has claimed more than 100,000 lives.
Even if she travelled, she could be subjected to a 14 to 28 day quarantine, which would eat into her pocket deeply, here she recounts her losses.
"Looking at my phone today, I further understood that we can’t do anything in our power but GOD! It’s his will, It’s his might that everything happens the way It does!
Today Easter would have found me in Canada then London next week. Thereafter Belgium, Netherlands, Sweden, Australia, France, This April & May.
I had all my visas ready!! My dear fans, I miss Y’all terribly let’s pray and hope for a better tomorrow.
We need to get back to normal. Today, let's say a special prayer and rise again renewed with Christ, we shall overcome. I hope you enjoy your "quarantine Easter" Loves..."
Her manager, Ronnie Mulindwa was one of those that responded:
"When this is over we shall get back to doing what we do best!"
Some of the countries Lydia Jazmine was hoping to visit are the most hit. UK for example, has over 10,000 Coronavirus deaths with daily deaths of 750, so it is not an easy thing we are all having to deal with.
It is still not clear which shows Lydia Jazmine has lost out on as they were not being advertised on her wall like it was the case for Spice Diana who had attended some only to be affected by the lockdown.