Dorathy Bachor has revealed that she is now feeling fine and back on her feet after she felt ill and was rushed to a hospital.
Her sister, Cynthia Bachor, had revealed that she was hospitalized after fans noticed that the BBNaija reality TV star was absent on social media.
Dorathy has now revealed that she’s feeling fine as she thanked her fans for their prayers for her.
”Thank you DExploras for praying me back to my feet. Your love is powerful and I do not take it for granted. I’m back with my full chest and wide smile.
Earlier, in the morning, she tweeted,
“Good morning DEXPLORAS, I see all the messages and love. Thank you all, I’ll be back on your screen soon with my big nose and smile.”
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