The minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr Geoffrey Onyeame has tested positive to COVID-19
The Minister tweeted:
"Did my fourth Covid-19 test yesterday at the first sign of a throat irritation and unfortunately this time it came back positive".
The minister further said in his tweets:
"that is life! Win some, lose some. Heading for isolation in a health facility and praying for the best".
This is not the first time a high profile official in the government is contacting the virus, as the world in general are working hard to figure out a vaccine to cure the deadly disease. The disease has killed over a million people around the world and causes havoc to businesses and production which has resulted into spike in the prices of commodities around the world.
In nigeria this has resulted into spike in food stuffs and services, for example, a Mudu of garri that was been sold at 100 naira per Mudu before is now 250 naira and even higher in some part of Nigeria, so also other commodities in the market.
Keep safe, wash your hands, keep social distance, wear your mask, avoid large gathering.
May Allah protect us all.
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