Covid-19: No Prove To Show The Virus Existence In Nigeria

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The number of coronavirus cases in Nigeria has reached 151 as 12 new cases have been recorded in the country. Out of the 151 confirmed cases, Lagos state has 82, FCT has 28, and Osun has 14 cases. This was disclosed by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) in a tweet on Wednesday.
Our world, as we know it, has been turned upside down by the coronavirus (COVID-19). The virus has not just exposed our fragility as human beings, but has also raised our awareness of our interconnectedness as people sharing one planet with viruses and microbes. Nigeria as a country is never an exception which made Federal government of Nigeria to short down activities in the country as a way to control the spread of this deadly virus.
But the Federal Government has no effectual reason to prove that this deadly disease is in Nigeria following the release of the names and pictures of Nigerians who died of Coronavirus in the United Kingdom and United States of which the Federal Government couldn’t give us the names and pictures of those who died under our own nose to so called virus. It can also be looked as a medium by which the minister of health wants to use to defraud the government or the government wants to defraud themselves.
These facts correlates with the revelation the former president of Nigeria Olusegun Obasanjo previously exposed.
According to the Former Nigerian president Olusegun Obasanjo, there are no cases of coronavirus in the country, claims an article shared on Facebook. A screenshot of the article has also been posted on WhatsApp.
Its headline reads: “There is no coronavirus in Nigeria, The minister of health cooks the story to defraud the Government, I want to see the Italian man, I wan get the virus too Obasanjo.”
Obasanjo was president of Nigeria from 1999 to 2007. He is known to regularly air his views on current events and politics. His opinions are usually widely covered in the media.

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