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I Wonder Why People Still Get High BP In This Era’- Actor, Chinedu ‘Aki’ Ikedieze

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Legendary Nollywood actor, Chinedu Ikedieze popularly called Aki has highlighted one of the benefits of social media.

In a recent update on his Instagram story, Chinedu Ikedieze wondered why people still get high blood pressure in this era.

Owing to the humor and hilarious posts on social media, Chinedu advised all to come to social media and read comments as he assured them of getting better without any medications.

He alludes to the fact that social media offers stress relief for all.

See a few reactions we gathered from social media users below;

angelcaily;`I swear 😂😂 I’m always here for the comments. And the comment under the comment comment 😂

ozor_iyanga; `Especially in some countries where social activities are limited. NB: Those seeking to Japa, take note that social life is going to be 50 to 60% shortened. No Owambe every Saturday. No chatting or making friends on public transportation. It is just you and your family.

tessyglow247; 1We the readers association, we just read smile, laugh and keep scrolling 😂

laturinko ;`You never see depression , nothing Dey funny again because your mind go Dey 😒 who no get money no Dey laugh

iamaishamartin; `I swear 😂😂😂 just saw a comment the person said “ people owing him and said they’ll pay back in December e don reach in 3days” 😂😂😂

yungdada‘ `After all nah me be my faculty financial secretary so e be like nah to continue for social media too ooo

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