- Nigerians have taken to social media to react to the news of Governor Seyi Makinde testing positive
- Recall Davido had met with the governor of Oyo state barely a week ago
- Coupled with the fact that his fiancee Chioma also tested positive, many people have called for the star to get retested
Earlier on, Legit.ng reported the news of how the governor of Oyo state, Seyi Makinde, tested positive for the dreaded coronavirus. He revealed this via his Twitter account and stated that he was going into self-isolation.
Following the news of Makinde testing positive, many Nigerians have taken to social media to react, many of whom are concerned about Nigerian singer, Davido's true health status.
Recall a while ago, it was reported that Davido who was recently in Ibadan, paid a courtesy visit to the governor. Photos of them together even went viral online.
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Due to the fact that his fiancee and mother of his 3rd child, Chioma Rowland, tested positive and now the governor of Oyo state, many people have grown curious about how the singer's result managed to remain negative despite being exposed to the virus from two people.
Below are some reactions on Twitter:
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Meanwhile, Nigerian media personality and Nollywood actress Wofai Fada has taken to social media to share results of her test for coronavirus, which came back negative.
Recall a few weeks back, it was announced that an AMVCA attendee who had just returned from the UK showed symptoms of the virus and may have contracted it from the UK.
Wofai who was seen in a viral photo with the said COVID-19 carrier identified as Seun was advised, alongside many others, to test for the virus. She did and was all too happy to share the outcome.
In other news, the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has confirmed five new cases of the raging coronavirus in the country as Rivers state gets its first case. According to the NCDC, two of the new cases are in Lagos, two are in Abuja while the remaining one is in Rivers state.
With the new confirmed cases, Nigeria now has 51 cases with two patients discharged and one death, as of Wednesday evening, March 25.