Followers pray for Iroko TV boss Jason Njoku, wife as they contract COVID-19 (photo)

Followers pray for Iroko TV boss Jason Njoku, wife as they contract COVID-19 (photo)

- Iroko TV boss Jason Njoku took to Twitter to announce that he and his wife tested positive for the dreaded coronavirus disease

- Jason stated that he does not know how he got the disease

- The entrepreneur's followers have wished him and his wife quick recovery

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Many Nigerians have resumed their normal lives with a lot of people ignoring safety measures as regards the dreaded coronavirus disease. According to these people, the disease no longer exists in Nigeria.

TV entrepreneur Jason Njoku, however, announced recently that he and his wife Mary have contracted the disease.

Jason shared the news on his official Twitter page with his fans and followers on Wednesday, October 28.

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Iroko TV boss Jason Njoku and wife
Iroko TV boss Jason Njoku and wife contract coronavirus. Photo: Instagram/@maryremmynjoku, Twitter/@JasonNjoku
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The Iroko boss revealed that he is not feeling great but his wife is well. According to him, he has no idea how he caught the disease but he noted that he and his family shall overcome it.

He wrote:

"My enemies are hard at work in 2020. Mrs Njoku and I tested positive for Covid19. I'm not feeling great but Mary is well. Literally no idea how I caught it. Man shrugging. But we shall see this pass too."

Followers took to the businessman's comment section to pray and wish him and his beautiful wife a quick recovery.

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In other news, earlier reported that Iroko boss Jason Njoku motivated his fans with his wife's pregnancy journey to becoming a mother.

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According to him, a week before he got married to his wife, she had a miscarriage. He noted that it was her second miscarriage.

The Iroko boss said that on the morning of their wedding, she was terrified and then asked him if they would be happy if she cannot have kids.

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