COVID-19: Singer Azadus shares his survival story (photos)

COVID-19: Singer Azadus shares his survival story (photos)

- Veteran Nigerian singer, Azadus, has taken to social media to reveal that he had the deadly coronavirus

- The singer shared photos from his stay at the isolation centre in Lagos as he thanked the state government for their care

- Azadus addressed those who doubt the existence of the virus in Nigeria and said that they should be careful and also not shy away from asking him questions if they are still in doubt

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The coronavirus pandemic came and literally stole world peace in the early part of year 2020 and things have not remained the same since then.

The world has lost a number of talented and influential people to the virus. Despite that, many people are still in doubt about its danger and its existence in their community.

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Humans are known to sometimes have short memory especially when the issue does not affect them directly. That appears to be the case with the coronavirus pandemic in Nigeria.

A number of people believe in its existence but many more are greatly in doubt as they carry on about their daily activities like there is no pandemic in town.

Just recently, veteran musician, Azadus, took to social media to share his COVID-19 survival story. The singer shared photos from his stay at the isolation centre in Lagos as he thanked the state government for their care.

COVID-19: Singer Azadus shares his survival story (photos)
Singer Azadus shares photos from his stay at the isolation centre in Lagos Photos: @azadus01 /IG
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Azadus, who has been discharged, warned people to be careful out there because the virus is real. He also said that if people must go out, they should see everybody who approaches them as a COVID-19 carrier and wash their hands as much as they can.

Addressing those who doubt that the virus is not in Nigeria or Africa, Azadus said that they should not be shy to ask him questions because the virus is very real.

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Just recently, Legit.ng reported on the death of Nigerian-American broadcaster, Dan Foster. The media personality lost his life on June 17, 2020, to the deadly coronavirus.

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