As the country experiences a surge in Covid 19 cases, singer Irene Ntale has shared her own personal experience with dealing with the life-threatening virus.
In a series of tweets, Ntale urged Ugandans to get vaccinated before revealing that she has been battling Covid-19 since May 26, 2021,
“Guys if you are okay and not yet vaccinated, please get it done ASAP! The current wave of dry cough, flu, fever, muscle pain isn’t a joke,” Ntale posted.
She also promised to give her fans a full account of her fight against Covid 19 .
“Give me some time. I will slowly share with you my fight against Covid19! Especially what people do not say in fear of facing stigma. I strongly urge you to be very very careful,” tweeted Ntale.
The yet to be mother also narrated how she told God that if she survives the virus she will give birth.
“I remember telling God that if he helps me beat this thing, I’m having a baby! No be me to exit this earth without a small pikin. Anyway at this point most households have a patient or have lost a loved one or a friend! It’s tough! Let’s be more careful,” she added.
Ntale was once a household name and is arguably one of the best female musicians of this generation. She boasts a following garnered from her days with Swangz Avenue and her talent is admired by several fellow musicians.