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Davido's Fiancé, Chioma Rowland, Recovers from Coronavirus

After receiving a positive result last month, Rowland has now tested negative twice, says Davido.

Chioma Rowland, the fiancé of Nigerian megastar Davido has recovered from coronavirus after 23 days.

The artist shared the news on Sunday, stating that she tested negative twice for the virus, after testing positive for the virus last month. The artist shared gratitude for the outpouring of support and well-wishes they received upon announcing Rowland's results. "Thank you for all the prayers," wrote Davido. "We love you."


In March, Davido shared that Chioma had tested positive after he and 31 members of his team got tested following trips abroad. She was the only person to test positive and went into self-isolation following the diagnoses, according to the artist.

Davido shared an update on her status later that month, stating that she was "perfectly fine" and showing no symptoms.

Davido was forced to postpone the North American leg of his "A Good Time" tour due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Fans and supporters of the artist have been celebrating the news on social media since Davido made the announcement.

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"The African Union is distressed to witness yet another unwarranted execution of another African-American male."

The African Union Commission, has condemned the police killing of George Floyd and denounced ongoing racism against Black people in the United States.

In a statement released on Friday, the chairman of the African Union (AU), Moussa Faki Mahamat, recalled the Union's "Resolution on Racial Discrimination" which was established during the AU's First assembly in 1964, which denounces racism against African-Americans in the US. "The Chairperson of the African Union Commission firmly reaffirms and reiterates the African Union's rejection of the continuing discriminatory practices against Black citizens of the United States of America," read the statement.

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