COVID-19: Davido elated as fiancee, Chioma tests negative

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POPULAR Nigerian music star, David Adeleke, aka Davido has expressed great happiness following his fiancee, Chioma Avril’s negative result to coronavirus infection test.

  Expressing his feelings on Sunday, the iconic star took to his Tweeter handle;  thanking his fans for standing with them in the most apprehensive moment in their life love life.

  Sharing his joyful moment in his micro blogging site and Twitter, his posts read, “Glory be to God .. Chioma has now tested negative twice for Covid19 … Thank you all for prayers … . We love you,”.

  It would be recalled that Davido, had on March 27 posted on social media that Chioma tested positive for coronavirus and has been taken to an isolation centre for treatment.

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  “Hey everyone ! I came back recently from America after cancelling tour. My fiancé Chioma also came back from London recently with our baby.

  We had no symptoms and still both feel perfectly fine but because of our recent travel history we decided to take ourselves and our all close associates we’ve come in recent contact with for the COVID-19 test on the 25th of March.

  Unfortunately, my fiancé’s results came back positive while all 31 others tested have come back negative, including our baby. We are however doing perfectly fine and she is even still yet to show any symptoms whatsoever.

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  She is now being quarantined and I have also gone into full self isolation for the minimum 14 days. I want to use this opportunity to thank you all for your endless love and prayers in advance and to urge everyone to please stay at home as we control the spread of this virus! Together we can beat this!

  Love, D Red heart,” he had posted on Twitter.

  Meanwhile the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, NCDC, on Sunday reported 86 new cases of coronavirus, taking the total of confirmed cases in Nigeria to 627.

  A total of 170 people have been treated and discharged. Twenty-one people have died from the virus.

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