The name Oluwaseun Osowobi might sound familiar to most Nigerians, as she is a
COVID-19 Survivor, and she revealed that she was fighting a spiritual battle with
Coronavirus while she was at the Isolation center in Lagos.
Oluwaseun Osowobi via an instagram that she is just grateful to be alive and her
experience of been infected with COVID-19 made her appreciate life more.
She said while she was in the UK , she was been very careful and doing all the necessary
things to keep safe.
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a Spiritual Battle with Coronavirus
So while on a flight back to Nigeria she noticed she started feeling very sick, sweating and
the same time having cold.
so when she landed at the airport she asked the medical team on ground to check her,
they discovered she was running high temperatures, so they instructed her to step aside for a while.
Couple of minutes later they came to check her temperature again she was feeling alright
as her temperatures had dropped back to normal.
Oluwaseun Osowobi said it felt OK until she got home and it got worse and there she knew
something was wrong with her.
she revealed that she instructed her parent not to come close to her and gave them
specific instructions so has to avoid contacting the COVID-19 Virus.
Meanwhile she already called her friend and also called NCDC to tell them about her
symptoms while also revealing her travel history.
Few days later NCDC showed up and took the Test for COVID-19 and told her to check back
for result the following day.
Oluwaseun Osowobi Recovery Journey at Lagos COVID-19 Isolation center.
Oluwaseun Osowobi also talked about her time at the isolation center and how she formed
a bonding relation with all the doctors and medical team.
More also how she revalued her life especially about all the things she has not been able to
achieve while also sharing how she became a prayer warrior , choir leader and leading
church service all during her 2 weeks stay at the Isolation center as it became not just
a Medical battle to stay alive but also a spiritual battle.
I was fighting a Spiritual Battle with Coronavirus.
In the concluding part of her live interview seun answered some questions regarding the
COVID-19 while also using the medium to emphasize that no one should stigmatize
anyone with COVID-19 as it only creates more loop holes in finding people affected by
the virus and makes reducing the spread more difficult.
Oluwaseun Osowobi is the founder of the S.T.E.R Initiative which means Stand to End Rape
Initiative a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) established over 6 years ago.
It is a youth-led organization advancing human rights, promoting SRHR and advocating
against gender-based violence through advocacy and support.
She was recently in the UK for a summit that supports her Work and that was where
she contacted COVID-19, thanks to the Brilliant Effort of the Lagos State Government
and its brilliant Medical team who helped her recover from it after two weeks.
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