- Victoria Inyama has described coronavirus as a terrible virus after testing positive
- The former Nollywood actress who resides in the UK shared a video from her hospital bed to reveal her current situation
- Inyama who revealed she had been battling the virus for three weeks, expressed gratitude for the lockdown
Former Nollywood actress turned psychologist, Victoria Inyama, has taken to social media to e announce she tested positive for coronavirus and has been battling the virus for three weeks.
According to the mother of three, she was grateful for the lockdown as she would rather go through it than her kids.
Victoria who shared a video of herself on a hospital bed described the virus as a terrible one which has left her exhausted.
Sharing the video, she wrote:
"l couldn't have been more careful with the kids going to school etc.... I would rather go through this than my children ♀️What a Christmas and New Year...,what a 2021 Covid is a terrible terrible virus ....l can't even explain.....So exhausting....3weeks and still counting."
Watch video below:
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In a similar story, Nigerian superstar singer and half of the defunct music duo, Psquare, Paul Okoye, aka Rudeboy, recently shared his COVID-19 experience with fans on social media.
In a video shared by Allgist9ja on Instagram, the singer said that his December period was full of shows and travels. The singer had left fans concerned after he revealed he had caught the coronavirus.
He also mentioned that he travelled with Wizkid and Timaya and Runtown to different places to perform.
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Meanwhile, It is indeed a thing of genuine joy for popular Nigerian music executive, Jude Okoye, as he joins the list of celebrities who have survived COVID-19.
The businessman recently revealed on Instagram that he recently survived coronavirus after a hard battle.
Jude also disclosed that he went through hell during the period he was down with the virus. He also advised people to stay safe, wear a mask, and observe social distancing.
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