The Abia state Governor Ikpeazu, has tested positive for the COVID-19 disease. Mr John Okiyi Kalu the State Information Commissioner, made the divulgence in an announcement on Monday, June 8.
Kalu said Governor Ikpeazu had gone into isolation according to existing guideline while the deputy takes over on acting capacity pending full recovery of the governor.
Governor Ikpeazu has gone into isolation in the wake of testing positive for COVID-19. The commisioner asked all individuals in Abia state to take the battle against COVID-19 genuine in light of the fact that the infection is genuine.
“We wish to encourage all Abians to take the battle against COVID-19 genuine as the illness is genuine however not a capital punishment. Our state has the assets to oversee patients back to great wellbeing.”
Governor Ikpeazu is the fourth Nigerian governor to test positive to Covid19. Governors Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna, Seyi Makinde of Oyo, and Bala Mohammed of Bauchi recently tested positive for the infection however completely recouped.
Then, Lagos has at long last bowed to the weight of the individuals and revived every strict focus over the state following two months abstention outfitted at stemming the spread of the Covid-19 scourge.
The choice, obviously, came as an unexpected when Governor Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu reported the boycott lift on mosques and houses of worship scarcely seventy-two (72) hours after the state government controlled the boycott. The Lagos state government, in a response to the boycott lift on venerate focuses across the nation successful from Monday, June 1, by the government through the Covid-19 presidential team, kept up that the chance of reviving was absolutely out of it.
Talking after the unwinding on Tuesday, June 2, Lagos magistrate of home issues, Anofiu Elegushi, announced the state would keep up the norm according to the reviving of chapels and mosques. Be that as it may, in a resulting choice, Lagos offered leeway to revive love places. This was contained in a state-wide location by the state representative on Thursday, June 4.