Coronavirus: Meet Nigerian Celebrities Who Tested Positive & Fully Recovered

Without mincing words, Coronavirus Pandemic was one of the most unexpected and life-changing events that people have witnessed in the world.


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Records shows 44 million cases since the outbreak began, with 29.8 million recoveries and 1.17 million deaths.


The effects of the virus in Nigeria is very clear, where there have been 62,224 recorded cases, 57,916 recoveries, and 1,135 deaths.


In this article, we are going to have a look at top celebrities who tested positive to coronavirus.

Jason and Mary Njoku

Jason Njoku, the founder and CEO of Nigerian streaming website iROKOtv, and his wife, Mary Njoku, a popular Nollywood actress, producer, and ROK film executive, both tested positive for COVID-19.

The revelation came via Twitter, where they  discussed their experience. He stated:

In 2020, my adversaries are hard at work. Mrs. Njoku and I both had positive Covid-19 tests. I’m not feeling well, but Mary is doing fine. I have no idea how I got it. But this, too, will pass.

Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde

Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, a veteran Nollywood actress, opened up about her Coronavirus experience in response to a debate about how Nollywood can adhere to COVID-19 health guidelines before resuming productions.


Another Nigerian celebrity who contracted the Coronavirus is singer Jumabee, who contracted the illness in the United Kingdom and has narrated his ordeal.


Chioma, singer Davido’s popular fiancée and the mother of his child, tested positive for COVID-19.

The singer announced the news on Instagram, writing and she has fully recovered.


Lola Alao

Lola Alao, a popular Yoruba actress, revealed that she tested positive for Coronavirus  but has since recovered completely.

She said on Instagram about her experience with the deadly virus:

I tested positive for COVID-19, but I am now fine. All glory to God.

I was nauseous and couldn’t smell anything. I was terrified because I had children to look after. You never want to imagine yourself isolating yourself and not seeing your loved ones. I’m not sure what you’ve heard about COVID-19, but I can tell you right now that it’s far deadlier than you can imagine.

At this critical juncture, when people are beginning to disregard the virus’s warnings, you can make a difference with your family members by being acutely aware of the fact that it is still very much present.

The line between life and death is razor thin. Please always be courteous to those around you. Lola Alao is my name. Keep your heads up, my people.


Mr. P

Mr. P, a Nigerian singer, revealed how  he, his wife and their daughter had been diagnosed with COVID-19 but they have fully recovered.


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