Kaduna State Governor, Nasiru El-Rufai
The Chief of Employees to Governor Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna state, Muhammad Sani Dattijo has dismissed experiences that the governor is within the Intensive Care Unit.
Dattijo in a tweet posted on Monday disclosed Governor El-Rufai is working from the isolation centre.
On Monday, Governor El-Rufai attended a digital assembly with members of his cupboard. The assembly was Chaired by his deputy, Hadiza Balarabe.
Nevertheless, the Chief of Employees who posted a photograph of El-Rufai reside chatting with different cupboard members through the assembly, says the Governor is alive and properly and dealing from isolation.
“To all the folks tweeting about him being in ICU, he is alive, well and working from isolation”.
The governor in his response to the experiences mentioned, “Earlier as we speak, I took 2 hours out of isolation to attend the each day digital assembly of State Standing Committee on COVID-19, chaired by Deputy Governor DrHadiza Balarabe.
“Since there’s some pretend information circulating that I’m in an ICU in a Lagos hospital the ICU image will assist debunk the evil information!
“For the avoidance of any doubt, I’ve been remoted for the previous 24 days in a wing of the Authorities Home, Kaduna present process remedy for coronavirus from medical doctors of the State Ministry of Well being.
“As the photographs present, I’ve not shaved since I went into isolation in order that I’ll have a brand new COVID-19 look to recollect when this pandemic passes, because it absolutely will by the Grace of God.
“I respect these devoted public servants in addition to all those who known as or despatched messages expressing concern and sympathy, however I’m high-quality and getting higher each passing day. Alhamdulillah”.
Governor El-Rufai had by way of his Twitter deal with on March 28, revealed that he examined constructive for coronavirus, and just lately up to date that he has not been discharged.
He is likely one of the excessive profile personalities who examined constructive for the illness in Nigeria.