Atiku’s son tests positive for Coronavirus

Atiku Abubakar

By Kazeem Ugbodaga

Nigeria’s former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar has revealed that his son tested positive for the deadly Coronavirus.

Atiku, on his verified twitter page, late Sunday night disclosed that his son had tested positive for the virus.

He said the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control, NCDC, had been duly informed.

Atiku added that his son, whose name he did not disclose, had been moved to Gwagwalada Specialist Teaching Hospital in Abuja for treatment and management.

He called on Nigerians to pray for his son’s quick recovery.

“My son has tested positive to the #coronavirus. Nigeria’s Centre for Disease Control has been duly informed, and he has been moved to Gwagwalada Specialist Teaching Hospital in Abuja for treatment and management.

“I will appreciate it if you have him in your prayers. Stay safe, coronavirus is real,” he tweeted.

Atiku had earlier in the day said he joined millions of other Nigerians to celebrate the health workers for their courageous work at this challenging time, and  urged all Nigerians to remain strong while” we fight the scourge of this #COVIDー19 to the end.”

 

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  • May God almighty in His infinite mercy grant him quick recovery and all those that have been tested positive in Jesus name Amen.

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  • I felt pity
    for him, may god see him through, he shall be ok. No one should mock any one ur might no be covid-19,just be for the sick one. and general, Allah will put full stop to it.

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  • The worst is not yet here , I pity my country because we have no government, God please help your children and have me cy

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    • How will God. Help a hateful person like YOU. Ask for mercy.

      A government that is best at tracking, recording no DEATH, and God is able to heal, Why must YOU pollute our AIR?

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    • Idiot Igbo man with venom always. What do governments do that the Nigerian government has not done. Animal

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    • Stop being negative about your country. A lot of "advanced" countries are powerless at this moment.

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    • @Laz what do you mean "we have no government"? What can you do if you are in government, must you be always on the negative side? Who prevented you from vying for the presidency? While Nigeria is being commended the world over for the measures put in place, you are here crying wolf. RUBBISH.

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