Nigerian photographer who attended AMVCA confirms he tested positive for Coronavirus

Nigerian photographer who attended AMVCA confirms he tested positive for Coronavirus

A Nigerian photographer, Seun O who was forced to undergo a Coronavirus test after attending the 7th edition of the AMVCA weeks ago, has confirmed tha

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A Nigerian photographer, Seun O who was forced to undergo a Coronavirus test after attending the 7th edition of the AMVCA weeks ago, has confirmed that he tested positive for Coronavirus in new Instagram posts he shared.

A documentary producer, Ifeoma Chukwuogo had warned of a suspected case of coronavirus who might have attended the AMVCA and interacted with a number of Nigerian celebrities. The man flew in from the UK and with symptoms of coronavirus but refused to report himself to the NCDC for testing.

Seun O who confirmed that he has been feeling unwell after Ifeoma’s post, shared a video of him undergoing a Coronavirus test but never confirmed his status at that time.

But in a new Instagram post he shared, the photographer revealed that he is receiving treatment for Coronavirus at Yaba Isolation Center. He wrote; “Inside The Lagos Isolation Center. My first 24 hours at the Isolation Center in Yaba, Lagos. I will try as much as possible to keep you updated with daily developments while I’m here. There has been great camaraderie amongst us in my ward. We are an assortment of characters from different walks of life.

“From an executive director at a multinational company, pilots, former commissioner to a driver. The age margin is wide and varies from teenager to early 60’s yet we cohabit seamlessly in one accord. The doctors, nurses and all hospital staff are the real MVPs, they have been glorious.”