- Nigerian actress Eniola Badmus has finally completed her 14-day quarantine
- The actress shared a post to reveal that she is hale and hearty
- In her post, the actress thanked God for her health
A few weeks ago Nigerians had called out top Nollywood actress Eniola Badmus, popularly known as Gbogbo big girl, for failing to participate in COVID-19 self-quarantine after returning from the United Kingdom.
The actress was scolded by fans on social media for visiting her friend and colleague, Funke Akindele-Bello, in her home without isolating herself despite returning from the United Kingdom where she might have been exposed to coronavirus.
Legit.ng had reported that the actress took to social media to update fans on her self-quarantine status. She noted that she was already 12 days in and she had no cough or flu.
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In a recent post on her Instagram page, the actress gave another update. She revealed that she has finally completed the 14-day quarantine.
The actress said she is hale and hearty. She also thanked God for her health. Badmus shared a photo of herself wearing gloves.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that the actress recently took to her social media page to celebrate the former first lady of Lagos state, Senator Oluremi Tinubu, on Sunday, March 22, 2020, for Mother’s Day.
Badmus shared a photo of the beautiful senator on Instagram and wrote a lovely message to accompany the image. Describing the senator as her mum, the actress revealed that she is important to her.
The movie star disclosed that when she was hungry, God provided Oluremi Tinubu. She noted that when no one could scold her for wrongdoings, one look from the senator would get her to behave well.
According to her, the Lagos central senator’s voice comforted her when no one else could. In appreciation of all Oluremi Tinubu has done for her, Eniola decided to acknowledge her for the Mother’s Day celebration.
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