Benue state University Vice Chancellor recovers from corona virus
By DenenDenicool | self meida writer
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The Benue state University's vice Chancellor, Professor Moses Kembe has recovered from corona virus.
The Vice Chancellor, Moses Kembe contracted the virus some weeks back alongside three other top officials of Benue state (Professor Tony Ijohor, secretary to the State government, Terwase Orbunde, State Chief of staff, Veronica Omyeke, head of service).
However, Law TV has it that, as he moved into the Isolation Center, he was moving in with the Deputy Vice Chancellor (administration), Professor Godwin Achinge who later died of the virus.
On 17th of July, he recovered from the virus, and has been discharged. His recovery came on the same day Benue state recorded 42 cases. As the new patients were moved into the Isolation center, he was coming out.
The recovery of the Vice Chancellor was announced yesterday by him himself in a letter to the management of the institution (Benue State University, Makurdi). He said he Is now in good health condition.
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