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I Have Not Visited The UK In 2020, Coronavirus Is Far From Me- IK Osakioduwa

Ik Osakioduwa & wife

Ik Osakioduwa & wife

Popular media personality, IK Osakioduwa has come out to speak about the coronavirus pandemic that is worrying the world.

This is his reaction to rumors that he has tested positive for the virus after returning from London.

In a recent clip with his family, IK disclosed that he has not visited the UK this year and he does not have the virus.

He added that the reports are nothing but lies and should not be taken seriously.

His words, β€œLies lies lies! No corona virus here.”

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Ikponmwosa Osakioduwa (born May 21, 1979) is a Nigerian radio and television on-air personality. He was known to most just as Wildchild but since his marriage, has been known as simply IK. He is known for his work with Rhythm 93.7 FM, but he is also a presenter on MNet’s Studio 53, and is best known as the presenter of Big Brother Africa.

He was born in Lagos, Nigeria to homemaker Felicia Oviawe and Brigadier General Samuel Oviawe, he is the middle child of five children. I.k. started out on stage at a young age, acting in stage plays and being in the choir as early as age 7. At age 15 along with some of his siblings and cousins recorded a tape in which he pretended to be a radio show host taking calls from listeners. I.k. attended The University of Lagos where he got his start in the television industry on a show called Campus circuit television which aired on Africa Independent Television. After that he took a break from the industry to concentrate on his education and he graduated with a degree in Economics.

He graduated from King’s College, Lagos and then studied Economics at the University of Lagos. While studying he took part in many stage plays and concerts, where he discovered and groomed his talent as a Master of Ceremonies/Host. After graduating from University in 2001, Osakioduwa worked for Rhythm 93.7 FM, as a presenter popularly known as The Wild Child (thanks to his humorous and unpredictable personality). However, in compliance with the National Youth Service Corps, which is a one-year mandatory service of all graduate Nigerians, he had to leave the radio station to serve in a neighbouring state. He also worked in an advertising firm as a Client Service Executive, and in 2005 he returned to the radio station, Rhythm 93.7, and retained the name The Wild Child.


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