- A gogo earned many fans via social media for her approach to the nationwide lockdown
- The elderly woman mounted a notice at her front gate to avoid visitors over the 21-day period
- The image went viral and thousands praised the gogo for her stance
President Cyril Ramaphosa has made it clear that all South Africans need to abide by the nationwide lockdown for the 21-day period.
Medical research indicates that senior citizens are the most vulnerable group in terms of the Covid-19 threat.
One elderly woman took no prisoners and her photo has gone viral via social media.
In the image, the gogo is seen mounting a notice on her front gate as a deterrent to visitors.
The message even confirms the date from March 26th to April 16.
Briefly.co.za noted that the photo resonated with many South Africans after being shared via the #ImStaying Facebook group.
Bulelwa Mancuthu Cotyi said,
"You go show them the law needs to be respected I love you mama."
Fem Gardner added,
"Wonderful to see you obey the rules, Gogo."
Mershu Pretorius touched on the benefits:
"Haha saves food, sugar,tea bags,milk,electricity and we cant forget the condensed milk."
Tammy De Villiers Feher said,
"Bless her. I know it is difficult but an absolute necessity. Stay safe Gogo."
Speaking of lockdown initiatives, Briefly.co.za reported that the EFF created a buzz after they handed out free hand sanitiser recently.
Many lauded the party for the good deed, but others felt it was just a political ploy.
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