Make-up artist Bimpe Onakoya reveals she tested positive for COVID-19 (video, photo)

Make-up artist Bimpe Onakoya reveals she tested positive for COVID-19 (video, photo)

- Coronavirus is spreading fast in Nigeria and a lot of people are sharing their experience and healing process

- Award-winning makeup artist and entrepreneur, Bimpe Onakoya, has also shared her battle with the virus

- Bimpe noted that the virus is unforgiving and came with a lot of complications

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Multi-award-winning make-up artist, Bimpe Onakoya, is one of the many COVID-19 survivors who have shared their experience and battle with the dreaded coronavirus.

In a series of posts which she shared on her official Instagram page, the mum of three posted videos and photos of her at the hospital at different stages of her recovery.

Make-up artist Bimpe Onakoya reveals she tested positive for COVID-19 (video, photo)
Bimpe Onakoya confirms coronavirus is real Photo credit: @bimpeonakoya
Source: Instagram

In the caption, the entrepreneur stated that since December 23rd, 2020, when she tested positive, her temperature kept rising till January 1st, 2021, and at that point, she could no longer breathe without coughing or choking.

Bimpe further said that the disease comes with complications, it is real and people should guard their lives jealously.

The mum of three who mentioned that she is still in Kenya further advised people to adhere to the COVID-19 regulations that have been announced and noted that she only survived because Jesus intervened.

"I survived the Covid!! Since the 23rd of December when I tested positive it didn't relelent, my temperature was constantly btw 38 to 39.8 till New year eve when I could no longer breathe without choking and coughing, I had already developed pneumonia at that time, to cut a long story short, I got discharged yesterday."

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Meanwhile, earlier reported that Nigerian comedian, Ali Baba, took to social media to advise people to adhere to safety guidelines against the deadly coronavirus after recently surviving the disease.

In a video on his Instagram page, the comedian said people died in the isolation centre he was taken to when he contracted COVID-19.

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