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Gov Akeredolu’s Covid 19 negative status within 4 days triggers comments

Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu has declared :

“After a few days in isolation, my samples were taken and tested again in accordance with the treatment protocols of COVID-19, the results came in few minutes ago. I tested negative
Though asymptomatic, I tested positive to the virus and immediately went into self isolation with supervised home management.
“Those days in isolation were defining period for me. They convinced me further of the right track we have chosen, to mobilise our people against the deadly pandemic.”

Though it happened with Prince Charles, he tested negative after a few days. Novak Djokovic tested negative after a few days, but may think Akeredolu’s quick  recovery  has political undertone.

“If Governor Akeredolu declares that he is now fit and well, so be it.

But we are advising him not to prioritise position over his life.

If he needs to get good care away from the office, he should take some time off and go get it…

He is in a fix. His government is falling apart. His deputy and now SSG have left him. He’s fighting for his two lives. Yet, he’s drowning literally.

Akeredolu tests negative within 4 days

He thinks he is smart. This is a conspiracy plan for him not to handover to his deputy. Time shall tell

I think there’s a ‘political’ corona virus as well in Nigeria

Me sef wonder! Anyway maybe him dey fear as the deputy give am 21 days ultimatum to handover to him.

So that he won’t be forced to hand over to his deputy who has jumped ship to another party.

“The fear of Deputy Gov is the beginning of wisdom

“It takes 48 hrs for a test result. You need 2 test to confirm negative. So 4 days is ridiculous

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