- Williams Uchemba recently recovered after suffering from a stress-related illness
- The Nollwood actor and comedian, shared a photo of himself sick and then another one after he had recovered
- Uchemba spoke about how he neglected his health for so long due to his humanitarian work and trying to better his future
Nollywood actor and comedian, Williams Uchemba recently took to social media to reveal to his fans and followers that he had fallen ill and was recovering.
According to the celebrity known for his funny skits and humanitarian works, revealed he had fallen ill due to the stress he put his body through.
Uchemba in his post, revealed that ever since he moved back to Nigeria, he has been unable to sleep as he goes from his online studies to distributing food to the less privilege.
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He wrote: "I guess the body breaks down when/if we forget to stop and take care of our health. The past few weeks have reminded me of how we take good health for granted. Since my return to Nigeria from the US, I’ve been unable to sleep at night and in the morning, I head out for my daily activities, neglecting my sleep. Few weeks ago was the height of the stress cos I’ve been taking an online program at Harvard University which runs through the night.
In the morning I head out for outreach to feed people on the street so last two weeks my body parked up and I had to be taken to the hospital. They ran all the tests and No it wasn’t Covid 19 thankfully. I was under immense stress. Thanks to each and everyone of you that noticed my absence on social media and left tons of messages. I feel a lot better now Swipe left to see my current state. All thanks and Glory be to God Almighty . What have I missed?"
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Meanwhile, a young Nigerian man identified as Salman Duke on Twitter took to the micro-blogging site to mourn after losing a dear friend of his to coronavirus in Abuja.
According to Duke, the deceased identified as Magana had been ill and was treating malaria and typhoid. After things got worse, she got tested and discovered that she was COVID-19 positive.
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