John Ogu, Super Eagles star, tests negative for deadly Coronavirus

John Ogu, Super Eagles star, tests negative for deadly Coronavirus

- John Ogu has taken to social media to reveal his Coronavirus status

- The Super Eagles star gave glory to God after being tested negative

- Ogu who has been superb for the Super Eagles currently plays for Al-Adalah

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Super Eagles midfielder John Ogu was in jubilation mood on Friday afternoon, July 24, after he was tested negative for the deadly Coronavirus in his mansion.

The virus has thrown serious panic and tension to the whole world since it came in which many people have died, while countless numbers of people are trying to recover from it.

But the fact is that the virus is not a death sentence and necessary precautions must be taken so as to avoid the spread of it.

John Ogu took to his official twitter account to show Nigerians and his followers how the test was conducted in his house before the result came out negative.

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John Ogu, Super Eagles star, tests negative for deadly Coronavirus

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While the test was going on, John Ogu can be seen in painful mood as the medical official conducting the test told him to calm down.

At the end of it, the Super Eagles star was glad that he is negative and however gave thanks to his Creator.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Nigeria international Samuel Kalu who plays for French club Girondins Bordeaux has contracted deadly coronavirus and has been ordered to go into isolation for the next two weeks.

The 22-year-old is now the second Super Eagles player to test positive for the virus after Genk striker Paul Onuachu who has recovered from the infection.

There were reports that Samuel Kalu was stranded in Nigeria before he eventually got the chance to travel back to his base in France.

The Super Eagles star has missed his side's pre-season preparations and he is expected to rejoin the rest of the squad on July 27 should he turn in a negative test.

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Kalu was among the Super Eagles players who played at the 2019 African Cup of Nations in Egypt where Nigeria finished as third best.

He even collapsed during training session in which he Kalu was reported to have suffered heart attack before he later regained consciousness.

Two years ago, Samuel Kalu scored his first international goal for the Super Eagles in their game against Libya.

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