“My kids and I are fine and COVID free now, and I do not take the experience for granted at all,” the actress posted on her Instagram page on Sunday, thanking God, family and friends for their prayers, calls and messages.
“I am grateful to God Almighty the Lord of Lords for all He has done for my family and I. He is truly a dependable Friend if you trust in Him,” she noted.
Omotola had on August 15th, disclosed that she contracted the virus, infected her children, and gone on isolation.
But the singer who is now free from the virus, went ahead to reel out the kind of lifestyle she adopted during her treatment, warning people to adopt safety protocols as COVID-19 is real.
“If you still don’t believe this virus is real, I pray you don’t experience it to believe,” the actress said.
“If you ever feel ill during this pandemic, pls know there’s nothing to fear or be ashamed of…you’re not alone.”
A number of Nigerian celebrities like Peter Okoye, Tom Hanks and his wife, Rita Wilson, Idris Elba among others had also tested positive to the virus.
As of 11:16 pm (WAT), Saturday, August 29th, 2020, the West African country has 53,727 cases of COVID-19 with 41,314 recoveries and 1,011 deaths, according to the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).