Abba Kyari tests positive for Coronavirus

Abba Kyari tests positive for Coronavirus

 

Abba Kyari, the Chief of Staff to President Muhammadu Buhari, has reportedly tested positive for the deadly Coronavirus disease.

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Trending reports on Social Media and in some online platforms said Kyari tested positive for the virus on Monday. but PM News cannot confirm the veracity of the reports.

But the suspension of the weekly federal executive council meeting on Monday by the Federal Government lent credence to the trending story.

The suspension will be “until further notice”.

Secretary to the Government of the Federation Boss Mustapha said the council of state meeting earlier scheduled for Thursday has also been postponed.

However, ThisDay quoted presidential sources, as saying that Kyari had tested positive for the virus, which necessitated a test being carried out on President Muhammadu Buhari, which came out negative.

The newspaper said Kyari had travelled to Germany on Saturday, March 7th to meet with officials of Siemens in Munich on the Nigerian electricity expansion programme.

He returned exactly one week later on Saturday, March 14th, but did not show any symptoms.

He was said to have been at a meeting on containing the COVID-19 pandemic in Nigeria all through Sunday, where he reportedly started to cough.

Subsequently, he voluntarily submitted himself for testing and was informed of his status yesterday.

Kyari has however gone into absolute isolation following the test result.

Sahara Reporters also reported that Kyari, is said to be seriously ill and in fact suspected of being infected with Coronavirus.

It quoted a top government source as saying that Kyari has been seriously “down” since returning from a trip abroad.

It reported that Kyari visited Germany and Egypt and only returned this week, giving credence to the fact that he may have indeed been infected with the virus.

Egypt has 327 confirmed cases of Coronavirus and 14 deaths while Germany has 29,056 infections and 123 deaths.

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