Chief of Workers to the President, Mr Abba Kyari, attends the Federal Government Council assembly on the State Home in Abuja on July 25, 2018.
The Lagos State Commissioner for Well being, Akin Abayomi has stated that the Chief Of Workers to the President Abba Kyari, who final week examined constructive for the Coronavirus illness, is recuperating and appears properly and glad.
The Commissioner stated this on Tuesday whereas fielding questions from journalists.
He, nevertheless, famous that he’s unaware of Mr. Kyari’s present location however the two are in fixed communication over strategic points.
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“I’m not conscious of the Chief of Workers’s itinerary, so I don’t know the place he’s.
“We alternate messages on WhatsApp however from WhatsApp, you may’t inform the place someone is.
“We’re exchanging data however I haven’t requested him for his location. He appears properly and glad and we’re exchanging data on strategic points and it’s been a very long time we’ve talked about his well being so I presume he’s made a full restoration,” Abayomi said.
This comes days after the Chief of Workers confirmed his well being standing in an official assertion.
Within the assertion personally signed by him on Sunday, the presidential aide stated primarily based on medical recommendation, he shall be transferred to Lagos for extra assessments and statement after testing constructive for the COVID-19.
Kyari stated he shall be getting therapy at his personal expense so as to not burden the general public well being system, though he claimed he has not skilled excessive fever or another signs related to the illness.
Whereas explaining that he has been working from dwelling since he examined constructive for, the Chief of Workers stated he hopes to return to his desk quickly.
Nevertheless, within the meantime, he stated he has younger, skilled, educated and patriotic colleagues who’re working seven days every week, to serve the President and other people of Nigeria.