Azadus shares COVID-19 survival story


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Nigerian musician, Olalekan Fadeyi aka Azadus has narrated how he survived the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

He shared the good news on his Instagram page on Thursday morning.

Azadus disclosed that he was kept at one of the isolation centres in Lagos state after testing positive for the deadly virus.

He added that he was however certified free of the virus on Wednesday, June 17.

He shared photos of his time at the isolation centre.

He captioned the photos, ”Glory be to God I just got discharged of Covid-19.

 bread is better than puff-puff
That garri in your house is far better than the good meals you won’t be able to eat at the hospital

My Advice,
If you must go out, see everyone as that COVID-19 itself and wash your hands for 40secs at the least.

Meanwhile, if you insist that Covid-19 is not real, Covid-19 is not in Nigeria or Africa, haaaaaaaaaa well, don’t be shy to ask me questions.

Please kindly say a word of prayer for @lagosstategovt
Under the our super caring Governor @jidesanwoolu
God bless,” he wrote.

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This is just as the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) announced that 587 new COVID-19 were recorded in Nigeria on Wednesday, June 17.

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