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‘Your Prayers Are Helping Me Recover,’ Immigration CG Speaks On Battle With COVID-19

(FILE) Comptroller-Normal of NIS, Mr Muhammed Babandede, speaks throughout an interview with Channels Tv.

 

The Comptroller-Normal of the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Muhammad Babandede, has appreciated associates and households for his or her prayers since he acquired contaminated with the Coronavirus.

Babandede in a video, which he launched on Wednesday night time share an replace on how he’s recovering.

“Distinguished women and gents, I’ll wish to thank all my associates, family members, officers and males, Muslims and Christians in Nigeria and overseas for the large prayers for my fast restoration.

“I’m very grateful on your prayers. In actuality, your prayers are serving to me get well in a short time,” he stated within the video which was shared on the NIS official Twitter deal with.

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He added that being contaminated by the virus has humbled him and revealed that he’s cherished by numerous individuals.

“Allah is aware of higher however I thank Allah for giving me the chance to be sick as a result of it provides me the chance to humble myself, to additionally know that I’m cherished by such numerous individuals.

“As we speak, the first of April, I’m sending this brief video to you to let you know I’m doing nicely and recovering steadily.”

He suggested Nigerians to take precautions by washing their palms and sustaining social distance.

“This disease is real but above all, continue to pray so that Nigeria will be safe from any disaster. The numbers are still small but continue to pray that it does not grow,” the Customs boss stated.

Babandede disclosed on Sunday that he had examined constructive for the illness and has adhered to directions of the Nigeria Centre for Illness Management (NCDC) to self-isolate and endure a take a look at.

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