- A video currently trending online shows the moment a Nigerian doctor reunited with his family after 12 weeks apart
- The UK-based doctor was amongst the medical practitioners on the front line fighting against the coronavirus
- In the video, his wife and daughters are all moved to tears of joy the moment he walks into the house
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The deadly coronavirus has no doubt put a lot of families through trying times. A UK-based Nigerian doctor recently left his family pleasantly surprised after he reunited with them several weeks after being apart.
His wife and Instagram blogger, Azeezah, took to social media to share an emotional video which captured the moment her husband came home.
According to her post, he had been away for 12 weeks, fighting on front line against the novel virus which has claimed many lives including health practitioners.
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In the video, the doctor is seen walking into his home and into the bedroom where he meets his wife and their children.
His daughters who are overjoyed, rush over to give him a big hug while his wife remains behind in shock. She later hugs him and sheds a few tears.
Explaining how the moment was for them, Azeezah wrote: "We couldn’t hold back the tears. I didn’t believe as we still spoke and he made me understand he was on his way to work not knowing he was headed for the airport We were apart for exactly 12 weeks ( March -June)Something I never imagined in my entire life. Alhamdulilah we reunited in good health."
Watch video below:
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Meanwhile, Nigerian singer and dancer, Peter Okoye, recently left fans and followers in shock after he took to social media to reveal how himself, his wife, their daughter and two of their domestic staff all tested positive for coronavirus.
In a recent video shared to his Instagram page, he described the past three weeks as being “hell” for himself and his family as he’s been ill with the disease but had been keeping it to himself.
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