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Abba Kyari allegedly tested positive for COVID-19

Abba Kyari allegedly tested positive for COVID-19. The Presidential Task Force, led by the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Mr Boss Mustapha, arrived at the Presidential Villa Tuesday afternoon. The team, made up of ministers and health experts, spent about 10 minutes inspecting the Chief of Staff’s office.

A team of the Presidential Task Force on the control of coronavirus has inspected the office of the Chief of Staff to the President, Abba Kyari at the Presidential Villa in Abuja.

The team declined to make official comment on what happened at the State House, saying Nigerians should await official communication. However, Minister of Information and Culture, Mr Lai Mohammed, told journalists said the team would not mention names in its current investigation.

“We don’t mention names in carrying out this responsibility. It’s a global practice so you don’t expect us to mention any name to you,” he said. Also speaking, Secretary to Government of the Federation Boss Mustapha advised journalists to imbibe the culture of wearing face masks to protect themselves from the coronavirus.

“You people should start wearing a face mask, please. I can see that you are not taking this thing seriously. Wear face masks, please. It is not a joke,” he said.

Source – TalkofNaija

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