Governor Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State given his opinion on the viral video of the little boy crying his eyes out, begging his mother to calm down and give him another chance. Sanwo-Olu said he wants to meet the little boy.

The governor used the boy’s phrase “mummy calm down” to remind Lagos residents that as they prepare to celebrate the Eid-el-Kabir, they should be wary of the very much active COVID-19.

Sanwo-Olu said he saw the video of a charming young boy online asking his mom to ‘calm down’ as she was ready to punish him for bad behavior. Sanwo-Olu said he was moved by his sobriety, which showed in his promise of “last chance” when confronted with the fact that he is a regular offender.

“The exchange was indeed funny, but it depicted the efforts parents put in molding children into responsible adults. I want to assume that his mom indeed calmed down because the appeal was moving enough to make anyone change their mind.

“Interestingly, the video inspired this special message to the good people of Lagos State because of the deeper meaning it conveys.

“Fellow Lagosians, we need to ‘calm down’ as we enjoy the coming holiday and festivity.

“It is a commemoration of Prophet Ibrahim’s heart of sacrifice and faith in Allah. We need to emulate and demonstrate his sense of self- restraint at this time the world is combating the scourge of COVID-19.

“We need to be moderate in our celebration and observe prescribed protocols towards defeating the deadly coronavirus. The world needs the responsibility and commitment of its people to oust coronavirus.

“I urge every Lagosian to ‘calm down’ and not get carried away. Like the rest of the world, we are still in the middle of a pandemic and need to remain extremely careful to keep the gains of the sacrifices we have all made in the past months.

“Let’s calm down!

“As an aside, I would like to meet the young boy since we both now have exclusive rights to the phrasal verb ‘calm down’.


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