- Davido has sent an emotional message to Chioma, his fiancee, as she battles with coronavirus
- In an Instagram post, the DMW boss posted "staying strong for mama" as he shared a picture with their son
- The Nigerian musician held up their baby in a bonding pose as he looked into the camera
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Popular Nigerian musician, Davido, has shared a very touching message with his son on Instagram where he said the family is keeping strong for mama.
The mama in the message refers to Chioma and the message is not unconnected to her health status as she tested positive to coronavirus.
In the said picture, Davido held their son up as he struck a kissing pose with him, puckering his mouth and planting it on his side cheek.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Nigerian singer Davido announced that his wife-to-be, Chioma Avril Rowland, tested positive for coronavirus.
The singer noted that he and his son, Ifeanyi, tested negative. The singer made the announcement in a series of tweets on the popular micro-blogging platform.
He explained that he recently got back from the United States and his wife-to-be came back from the United Kingdom with their son, Ifeanyi.
He added that the test came back and Chioma tested positive. The singer also noted that even though Chioma tested positive the thirty-one others who got tested came back negative, including himself and his son.
Davido said Chioma is yet to show symptoms but she is now being quarantined. He added that he has also gone into full isolation for a minimum of fourteen days.
He thanked everyone for their endless love and prayers. The singer also advised people to stay at home as the spread of the virus is being controlled.
Meanwhile, Ghana's confirmed coronavirus cases have jumped to 195 as of the morning of Wednesday, April 1, 2020.
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