Kaduna State governor Mallam Nasir El-Rufai has confirmed that he tested positive to the deadly coronavirus. He made the disclosure a few minutes ago on his official Twitter handle on Saturday, March 28, 2020
The tweet said, “He is in self-isolation as required by the case management guidelines of the NCDC for a someone that is not showing symptoms.”
At the time of this report, Saturday, March 28, 2020, the Nigeria Centre for Disease and Control (NCDC) said there are 82 confirmed cases, three were discharged one death.
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“Malam Nasir @elrufai appeals to the people of Kaduna State to continue to closely observe the preventive measures already announced. It is most important that everybody should do their utmost to stay safe, stay home and stay alive,” the tweet reads.
Meanwhile, hundreds of his admirers had offered their prayers for his quick recovery, one of them is a Twitter user Uncle Jimoh.
He tweeted, “My prayer is with you sir, you're definitely going to come out of it safe and healthy by the special grace of God.”
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