The joy in Oluwaseun Ayodeji Osowobi’s tweets were evident as she announced that she has tested negative and been discharged after suffering from the virus.
Oluwaseun Ayodeji Osowobi is the Executive Director (ED) of a youth-led movement advancing gender equality, Stand to End Rape.
Osowobi took to Twitter to confirm she “tested negative” and has been discharged after getting treated at the Infectious Disease Hospital, Yaba, Lagos.
“Today, I am proud to inform you that I murdered COVID-19 and have tested negative twice! I have been discharged,” Osowobi said.
She also insisted that Nigerians “stop the stigma” and “practice social distancing.”
“We should encourage people to get tested & stop the stigma. Practice social distancing and stop the spread,” the Stand to End Rape ED stated.
To every young person out there, please give your lungs a chance to beat this. Can I encourage you to stop smoking & live a healthy life at this time? A healthy lungs is KEY!
This another phase of my life & I HAVE won! I celebrate my resilience and strength.
Call me SURVIVAYO? pic.twitter.com/j7BIAJMZPq
— Oluwaseun Ayodeji Osowobi (@AyodejiOsowobi) March 30, 2020
As at Monday afternoon, Nigeria has a total of 111 cases have been confirmed with one death.
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