Peter Okoye's wife Lola Omotayo has come out to speak on her experience with the dreaded coronavirus.

In a video shared via her Instagram page on Wednesday, July 1, 2020, the mother of two said she suffered and went through so much pain when she battled with the virus.

"I don't wish this upon my worst enemy and I need to let everybody known that covid is real. I suffered, I went through a lot of pain, I watched my family go through it and I really don't wish this against my worst enemy," she said.

Lola Omotayo-Okoye [Instagram/LolaOmotayoOkoye]
Lola Omotayo-Okoye [Instagram/LolaOmotayoOkoye]

She went on to caption the video with a post where she appealed to Nigerians to be careful as the virus is real.

"I want to thank my doctor Dr. Ayo who took good care of me, my family, and staff. I want to thank everyone who reached out to us during this terrible Covid-19 experience. My dear friends and family, thank you so much for your love. Your phone calls and prayers helped me and my family heal faster," she wrote.

"The grace of God is upon my family and I am so grateful to God Almighty. My love and prayers are with those currently battling this disease, you are not alone. We will continue to pray for your healing. For those who lost loved ones, we pray for you too my heart bleeds for your loss."

"We need to keep our parents safe. Please encourage older people to stay at home. Please stay home. Load up on your vitamins. Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin B, Zinc! Covid-19 is real! The healing is slow but hopefully, I will be 100% real soon."

Peter Okoye and wife, Lola Omotayo  with their two children, Cameron and Aliona. [Instagram/PeterPsquare]
Peter Okoye and wife, Lola Omotayo with their two children, Cameron and Aliona. [Instagram/PeterPsquare]

"We need to beat this together. I love you all and I am so grateful to God for life. ❤❤❤🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏 #grateful #blessed #covid-19 #f*Covid-19 #corona #thankful."

Omotayo's post is coming barely a week after her husband Peter gave a detailed account of their family's horrible experience with the virus.