UPDATED: Davido’s Fiancee “Chioma” Tests Positive For COVID-19

Singer Davido’s fiancee, Chioma Rowland, tested positive for coronavirus, 13 days after arriving in Nigeria from London.

On Friday, March 27, Davido announced to his fans and the general public that his eight-month-old bride tested positive for COVID-19.

In a statement by the singer, Chioma was positive after a test performed with him, his baby, fiancee and 28 other people to whom he was exposed.

Meanwhile, the singer announced that his four-month-old baby, Ifeanyi David Adeleke jr, was positive for the virus.

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“Hello people! I recently came back from America after canceling the tour. My fiance Chioma also recently returned from London with our baby.

We had no symptoms and still felt perfectly well, but because of our recent travel history, we decided to take us and all of our close colleagues with whom we recently met for the COVID-19 test on March 25 ”, Davido wrote.

Continuing, the award-winning singer said, “Unfortunately, my fiance’s results came back positive, while all the other 31 tested came back negative, including our baby.

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However, we are doing perfectly well and she is yet to show any symptoms. She is now in quarantine and I also went into self-isolation for at least 14 days.

I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their endless love and prayers in advance and ask everyone to please stay home while we control the spread of this virus! Together, we can beat this! ”

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Davido returned with his wife, son, father, sister, brothers, cousins ​​and administrative staff from the United States of America on March 14.

The singer returned to Nigeria after his North American tour was interrupted due to the continued spread of coronavirus in Canada and the United States of America.

Chioma joins a long list of Nigerians who tested positive for coronavirus after the first index case was identified on February 27.


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