Five Nigerian notable governors have tested positive for COVID-19 since its flare-up in the nation.
The flare-up of the infection caused Nigeria to turn into the third African nation to have recorded a case after Algeria and Egypt. In any case, the quantity of cases continued ascending by day regardless of the expansive measure sent by the legislature to stem the spread.
Four months down the line, the pandemic has taken off to more than 25,000 cases with fatalities the same number of key characters fall casualty.
Coming up next are five Nigerian governors who have tried positive for COVID-19.
Bauchi State Governor
March 24th, Bauchi state Governor Bala Abdukadir Mohammed tried positive for Coronavirus. It was accounted for that Governor Mohammed was in self-seclusion in the wake of having contact with the child of Atiku Abubakar who tried positive for the infection.
On April ninth, the Governor reported through his official twitter handle that he has recouped and tried negative for the infection following sixteen days.
Kaduna State Governor
March 28, Kaduna state representative, Malam Nasir El-Rufai turned into the subsequent senator to have tried positive for the coronavirus. El-Rufai revealed this in a video shared on his official online networking account in which he said he was in self-detachment.
On April 22nd, Nasir El-Rufai declared that he tried negative for the coronavirus following quite a while of treatment.
Oyo State Governor
On 30th March, the Oyo State Governor, Seyi Makinde revealed that he tried positive to the ailment to turn into the third representative to have fall survivor of the novel coronavirus.
The representative was supposed to be among governors who went to National Economic Council (NEC) meeting in Abuja where he met with different governors after which the Nigerian Governor’s Forum (NGF) prompted its individuals who went to the Abuja meeting to go into self-separation or experience COVID-19 test.
Six days after, Makinde on April sixth declared that he tried negative for the infection which turned into the quickest recuperation time frame in the nation since the list case was accounted for.
Abia State Governor
On June eighth, Abia State Governor, Okezie Ikpeazu, tried positive for the COVID-19 disease. An announcement by the state government showed that the senator had gone into separation before his outcome returned positive, and guided the delegate representative to follow up for his benefit pending the time he continues obligation. It is accepted that the representative is as yet positive to the infection.
Ondo state Governor
The Governor of Ondo State, Rotimi Akeredolu, turned into the fifth senator in Nigeria to have tried positive for COVID-19. The senator uncovered this in a communicate on June 30th, adding that he is yet to show any indication.