As the country still battles with the outbreak of Coronavirus pandemic, there as been some views from different people claiming that the Coronavirus pandemic in Nigeria is fake and that the Governments are just using it to make money and to create panic among Nigerians.
When the National Center for Disease and Control (NCDC) gives news concerning the death of an infected Coronavirus patient or giving data about new cases, they don't release picture evidence to back up their claims, which is making a lot of Nigerians to think the Coronavirus analysis in Nigeria is fake and that there is no Coronavirus case in Nigeria just like Nigeria's former president, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo claimed.
However, a former Nigerian senator from Kaduna East Senatorial District, Senator Shehu Sani has reacted to Government's claim concerning the global pandemic.
On his tweet on Twitter, the senator said, "They will say they are short of bed spaces for COVID-19 patients and they will never show you hundred people in a ward at a time."
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