I hope to be out soon, Atiku’s son speaks from isolation

I hope to be out soon, Atiku’s son speaks from isolation

Mohammed Atiku, son of veteran Vice President Atiku Abubakar who examined obvious for coronavirus, has stated he’s optimistic about being discharged soon.
Mohammed, who spoke from isolation on Thursday in a video shared by his father by Twitter, stated though he changed into traumatized being the most fundamental recorded case in Abuja, he’s okay now.
He stated, “On the 20th of (March), I examined obvious for COVID-19 and I changed into introduced over to the Isolation Centre at Gwagwalada University Instructing Well being facility where I surely like been since.
“I’m on the moment on my 12th day here and I hope to be out soon – presumably when my next test is taken and the implications are favourable. I ought to be on my way out, confidently.
“I made up my mind to form that video so as that I could perhaps presumably talk about my ride to be of support to Nigerians.
“I changed into asymptomatic in my first few days here and apprehensive; I had a stage of dismay and a minute bit of trauma, especially being the index case here in Abuja. That changed into surely essentially the most crucial subject.
“However each day, I grew stronger, thanks largely to your total goodwill and prayers and support I bought from a huge array of Nigerians many of whom I don’t know. My family and mates too and a total lot of us.
“I thank God I’m smartly and right.”
He urged Nigerians to steer clear of untrue news because it compounds the scenario on ground, lamenting that it changed into quite heart-broken that residents of his property were purveyors of untrue news.
He thanked health employees and urged Nigerians to pray for them that none of them receive contaminated while treating contaminated contributors.
Mohammed told Nigerians to attain together and collectively fight the virus no subject socio-spiritual divides.

 

 

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