Toke Makinwa has revealed that she tested positive for the deadly Covid-19 virus and has been undergoing treatment since.
The OAP and actress took to her Instagram page to disclose that she contracted the disease but couldn’t exactly pinpoint where and how in the new episode of her vlog, ‘Toke Moments’.
The fashionista who noted that she thought she was going to die for a minute stated that she had ready started willing some of her properties and had told singer, Tiwa Savage that she would get three of her Birkin bags upon her demise.
Toke Makinwa noted the first sign of trouble was after she lost her sense of smell and had to start contact tracing in case she had exposed anyone to it.
She said she’s been on serious medication since her diagnosis and doesn’t wish the experience on her worst enemy.
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23% of wealthy Chinese women work in real estate and 18% of them are involved in finance and investment, followed by manufacturing accounting for 14%.
Amid all of the current talk about whether government law enforcement agencies should be able to legally force Apple to unlock an iPhone to look for evidence, there is a machine available now at London's Fone Fun Shop that will find the four-digit passcode used to lock down an iPhone. And this device costs only $170.
People who are skeptical about this argument just need look at smartphones and personal computers, which have served as the technological driving force of the past century.
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The US electoral college has failed doubly.
“What we are seeing right now from China is not only a phenomenon for Brazil, we are seeing the same all over Latin America, declining [Chinese export] volumes into all the markets,” said Antonio Dominguez, managing director for Maersk Line in Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina. “It has been going on for several quarters but is getting more evident as we move into the year .”
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