This comes days after the reality star was held in custody against her will in Ghana over claims of testing positive for the virus.
In a statement via her Instastory page, Maria noted that she was indeed negative from her Dubai trip, until when she tested positive in Ghana following a series of tests.
She, however, assured her fans of recuperating fast so as to return to Nigeria from her quarantine zone in Ghana.
“My heartbeats, I heard you were all concerned about me. Thank you so much for all your hind messages. Unfortunately, I have tested positive to covid-19 but I can reassure you I am doing really well. I initially had a negative result from dubai less than 24 hours of coming into ghana, upon arrival into ghana I tested positive and was asked to quarantine, I got a different doctor that tested me negative again. We had so many back and forth results of positives and negatives. But finally I have tested positive. Please do not take covid for granted and don’t try to be as stubborn as myself always. I have been placed in the best possible care and receiving treatment. I will be in ghana until I am fully recovered and tested negative. I love you all and can not wait to get back to work,” the statement reads.