- Robert Klah, a Ghanaian entrepreneur who recovered from COVID-19, has shared his chilling experience
- According to him, his condition got so severe with bronchopneumonia, liver inflammation, and acute gastritis that he couldn't live off the oxygen mask for 2 minutes
- Robert urged the public to take the COVID-19 preventive measures very seriously
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Ghanaian entrepreneur, Robert Klah, who suffered from a severe condition of the COVID-19 pandemic has shared his captivating experience.
Robert Klah shared his story in a professionally-made video sighted by YEN.com.gh on his personal Facebook handle.
According to the fully-recovered patient, he was taken to hospital on May 25, 2020, and was confirmed to have different severe conditions that showed COVID-19 had already had a great toll on his body.
Watch the full video below:
Robert was diagnosed with severe bronchopneumonia, liver inflammation, acute gastritis, and more, which gave him what he describes as a horrifying experience.
In his own words, he said:
"It was a horrifying experience and very severe. A painful experience I will never forget in my life. I couldn't live off the oxygen support for two minutes or else would die. That is how serious it was."
The entrepreneur indicated that he decided to share his story so that people will believe that COVID-19 is real. Even his own brother did not believe so until May 25.
Before concluding the video, Robert advised the public to take the COVID-19 preventive protocols seriously and also encouraged all recovered patients to share their story.
In a similar report by YEN.com.gh, a young Ghanaian lady named Matilda Agamu who has recovered from the novel coronavirus has revealed how her colleague traders have prevented her from selling.
The young trader narrated her predicament to Kojo Yankson in a short documentary sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Facebook handle of Joy 99.7 FM.
According to Matilda, although she had recovered from the novel coronavirus her colleagues stopped her from going about her usual business for the fear that she might infect them.
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