- The husband of gospel singer, Celestine Donkor, Kofi Donkor, has revealed that he could not obtain an erection after treating COVID-19
- He said 10 days after his treatment, he lost appetite, and worse of it all, his sex life was greatly damaged
- Donkor has urged all, especially men, to mask up at all times to prevent that unpleasant situation
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Kofi Donkor, the husband of gospel musician Celestine Donkor, has narrated how he suffered erectile dysfunction after testing positive for COVID-19 and getting treated.
He said 10 days after his treatment, he lost appetite, “and worse of all, I had no erection”.
Donkor made this revelation in a post he made on Facebook sighted by YEN.com.gh.
He revealed he and his wife both tested positive for the virus, but thankfully, their recovery rate was faster than expected.
Donkor further advised Ghanaians, particularly his fellow men, to ensure they are always masked up and are protected.
Meanwhile, in other news, a video of Nana Ama McBrown's daughter, Baby Maxin, has surprised fans when she went shopping with her mother.
During their shopping, McBrown made a choice of a white-coloured item, but it seemed Baby Maxin did not like it.
She quickly freed herself from her mother’s grasp and went nearer to make her own choice of red.
She pointed to the item and asked: “Mummy, what is this?” The mother responded by telling her it is red and asked if she likes it.
The little girl, surprising those around, said she liked it. Her mother beamed with so much pride that she asked Baby Maxin to kiss her which the child did.
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