With the arrival of phase IV of COVID 19 lockdown, we have no option but to maintain social distancing and keep safe in every way we can, but Eid Al-Fitr (the Muslim festival marking the end of the fast of Ramadan) is here, and there is nothing we can do but to celebrate.
As Nigerians, it has always been in our DNA to celebrate, but while we are at it, we would not want to endanger our health. Here are three ways to enjoy the holiday without putting your health in jeopardy.
Resist the urge to visit anyone.
You can buy airtime on kongaPay and place a call across to them. Most importantly, the love language is “send your account no,” so ask for their account number and transfer some funds to them so they will be on soft throughout the Eid al-Fitr holiday.
Maximize Virtual Hangouts
With virtual hangouts, friends can even play snooker from the comfort of their various homes. Subscribe for data and set up a virtual meeting with your friends. Everyone can switch on video, order from the same restaurant (if you must eat the same food), and have fun all night. However, ensure you don’t run out of electricity units. Utilize KongaPay’s discount on electricity this period by purchasing electricity units.
COVID-19 regulations restrict clubbing and gathering of more than 50 persons, so instead of endangering your health in a club, subscribe to Dstv, sit at home and spend quality time with your family. KongaPay is offering you 2% off your cable TV subscription from 11th-16th of May 2021.
If that party must happen, remember to turn up with a mask on and a sanitizer in hand. Have zero tolerance for anything that looks like coronavirus.
Stay safe, maintain social distancing, and do it all on KongaPay.
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