Tino Asprilla, former Newcastle player, delivering 3.5m condoms to help against COVID-19

Tino Asprilla, former Newcastle player, delivering 3.5m condoms to help against COVID-19 

- Tino Asprilla says he is conveying condoms at a truly sensible value utilizing rambles in his country in Colombia - The Colombian football legend has promised to convey 3.5m condoms through automaton in an offer to fight the coronavirus emergency - Asprilla propelled his own scope of condoms named Tino Condones in 2014 soon after resigning Former Newcastle and Parma striker Tino Asprilla has pledged to convey 3.5m condoms by means of automaton in an offer to fight the coronavirus pandemic. In what can be portrayed as a totally extraordinary idea from different gifts in the battle against coronavirus, Asprilla is meaning to help in the arrangement of condoms during the worldwide lockdown with his automaton framework. 



Shortly after retiring, Asprilla launched his own range of condoms named Tino Condones in 2014 and now the Colombian has now found a novel way of delivering the protectors. Read more: https://www.legit.ng/1322355-tino-asprilla-newcastle-player-delivering-35m-condoms-covid-19.html
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Shortly after retiring, Asprilla launched his own range of condoms named Tino Condones in 2014 and now the Colombian has now found a novel way of delivering the protectors.


This has now prompted Asprilla to utilize his drone to get condoms safely to people and make money. Asprilla recently said:


"This quarantine due to coronavirus is not a good thing. I have a lot of condoms left in the company and I want people to help me use them... because it is very difficult for me to use them all! "I only have 3,580,000 condoms left. Until we can re-open the factory we are not going to produce any more. "Filling up with kids and bringing them into the world with this virus is not on. So I am giving you a link through which you can get hold of these Tino condoms at a very reasonable price.

"I will let them go at more than half price so that you can have some protection at home: soap, washing your hands, and what could be better than condoms?" Earlier, Legit.ng reported that John Mikel Obi has made his contributions to support the less privilege Nigerians survive during the lockdown amid COVID-19 crisis.

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