Peter Okoye & Family Test Positive For Covid-19: Watch Him Narrate Their Hellish Experience With The Virus
Peter Okoye aka Mr. P has revealed that he, his wife, daughter, and two domestic staff were infected with the novel virus COVID-19. The artist took to his Instagram page on Saturday 27th June 2020 to make the shocking revelation to his fans.
In a four-minute video, Peter Okoye narrated the hell he and his household went through for three weeks after being infected with Coronavirus.
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“Hey, guys how are you all doing? Just want to let you guys know that for the past three weeks I have been sick. I have been ill and most people didn’t even know what was wrong with me. I kept it to myself for three weeks. Its been three weeks of hell for me and my family. I had Covid-19 for about 3 weeks.
“For those who noticed I was in my room during my draw instead of my usual location. I was self-isolated, I was imprisoned in my own house and it was just me, I was sick and I tested positive.”
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“The reason why I decided to come out to say it is because I want to encourage a lot of people concerning this whole social distancing and getting used to sanitising your hand, disinfecting your environment, and wearing your face mask.
“Its been hell for this family and this house, it wasn’t just me but two of my domestic staff. Then after a week, my daughter caught the virus as well but it was sad that when she caught it, the doctor insisted that she has to be self-isolated in her own room. But my wife did something very courageous.”
“She picked our daughter from her room, held her and took her to the master bedroom and she called me and she started crying. I asked her what happened and she said I cannot live this girl alone. I would rather be infected and be with her.
Five or six days later, my daughter was pronounced negative. When she was pronounced negative, we knew it wasn’t going to end there. The next day, Lola became positive. It has been hell.” .He said
Nigeria recorded its first case of COVID-19 on the 27th of February 2020. As of the time of publishing this article, the total number of cases has risen to 23298 with 554 deaths nationwide. We wish the Okoyes speedy recovery.
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