Nigerian music star, David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido says he has gone into self-isolation.
He explained that he took the decision after his fiancée, Chioma, tested positive to coronavirus (COVID-19).
The music star announced this on Friday via his verified Twitter handle.
In the series of tweets, he noted that he recently returned to Nigeria from America after cancelling his tour, while Chioma also came back from London recently with their baby.
Davido stated that although they had no symptoms and were perfectly fine, they decided to take the COVID-19 test on Wednesday along with the close associates they had recent contact with as a result of their travel history.
“Unfortunately, my fiancée’s result came back positive while all 31 others tested have come back negative, including our baby.
“We are, however, doing perfectly fine and she is even still yet to show any symptoms whatsoever,” he revealed.
According to the 27-year-old, Chioma has been quarantined while he has gone into self-isolation for the minimum 14 days.
He thanked his fans and well-wishers for their love and prayers in advance and urged them to stay at home, in order to curtail the spread of the disease.
Read the tweets below:
close associates we’ve come in recent contact with for the COVID-19 test on the 25th of March. Unfortunately, my fiancé’s results came back positive while all 31 others tested have come back negative including our baby. We are however doing perfectly fine and she is even still…
Nigeria Confirms New Cases
Meanwhile, the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has confirmed five new cases of coronavirus (COVID-19), totally 70 in the country.
Unlike previous updates where Lagos has recorded at least one case, no new case of COVID-19 was confirmed in the state.
On the other hand, the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) which has trailed Lagos as the second worst-hit recorded three new cases while two were confirmed in Oyo State.
As of 8pm on March 27, the NCDC stressed that three cases have been discharged with only one death recorded.