"I Have Been Recovering From Covid." Otile's Ex, Nabbi Confirms Why She Has Not Been Active Online
By Kwingsjoy | self meida writer
Published 25 days ago - 0 views
It seems that Covid is here with us to stay. After all the containment measures the disease still continue to spread.
Just the other day ODM party leader Raila Odinga was also confirmed to be Covid positive. He was however discharged from the hospital to his home where he is still recovering.
Otile Brown is a local Rnb Bongo artist in Kenya who is famously known for the hit 'Dusuma.' It seems Covid is not sparing anyone who comes in contact with the virus.
Otile Brown's girlfriend called Nabbi who is an Ethiopian has not been active on social media lately. She had in fact been so mute for a quite number of days.
Today Nabbi has posted her TBT photo and she has admitted that she has not been well. She revealed that she is also still recovering from Covid.
We wish Her quick recovery and we are putting her in prayers. It is necessary for us to continue taking precautions such as wearing masks and constantly washing our hands. Below are some recent photos of Nabbi.
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