"My Mother-in-law Accused Me Of Being 'HIV' Positive " -Actress Maryam Reveals Why She Did HIV Test
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Published 20 days ago - 2068 views
Veteran Hausa actress, Maryam Aliyu Obaje told newsmen that her mother-in-law accused her of being infected with deadly disease known as HIV. She said that her boyfriend, who promised to marry her stopped talking to her for more than two months, because his mother told him she is HIV positive.
Maryam shared the results after conducting the test and fortunately, it showed negative. See what she posted on her Instagram handle.
According Maryam, she and her boyfriend spent six years dating each other.
Maryam Aliyu Obaje, who is popularly known as Madam Korede, is a Hausa actress. She was born and raised in Kogi State, and Ighala by tribe.
She had acted many Kannywood movies alongside top actors such as Ali Nuhu, Rahama Sadau, and others.
Kannywood movie lovers congratulated her after she shared the good news about her HIV status.
See reactions below;
Source: FIm Magazine.com
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