Abba Kyari’s expectations, last words from sick bed
Coronavirus, also known as Covid-19 has so far led to the death of notable personalities due to complications.
The Former Chief of Staff to President Muhammadu Buhari died due to similar case but before he died, he issued a statement on his health.
Truly, death is no respecter of age, class or religion.
Recall that the controversial Social media personality, Kemi Olunloyo went on Twitter some days ago to announce the death of one of Buhari’s cabinet member.
That was when the rumours about Kyari’s death started. He later addressed the rumors about his death when he issued a statement, which he personally signed and in the statement, he said he was looking forward to resuming work and that he was recuperating.
He also assured Nigerians that he was getting better and would travel to Lagos where he had arrangements.
.The following is the last message by the former chief of staff of the President.
“I am writing to let you know that on medical advice, I will transfer to Lagos later today for additional tests and observation. This is a precautionary measure: I feel well, but last week, I tested positive for coronavirus, the pandemic that is sweeping the world.
“I have followed all the protocols government has announced to self-isolate and quarantine.
“I have made my own care arrangements to avoid further burdening the public health system, which faces so many pressures.
“Like many others that will test also positive, I have not experienced high fever or other symptoms associated with this new virus and have been working from home.
“I hope to be back at my desk very soon. I have a team of young, professional, knowledgeable and patriotic colleagues, whose dedication has been beyond the call of duty, who continue to work seven days a week, with no time of the day spared.
“We will continue to serve the President and people of Nigeria, as we have for the past five years.
“I want to thank all our fantastic, talented and brave healthcare professionals, working across the country in such a difficult time; all the good Samaritans looking out for the most vulnerable in our communities; the key workers that will keep our country going through this; friends and family and often strangers, who have sent me such warm wishes and displayed such a generosity of spirit.
“We should be calm, measured and diligent – be meticulous in your hygiene, especially with cleaning hands, if possible stay at home or keep your distance.
“Listen to good advice from the proper authorities: pay no heed to quack cures or fake news from social media.
“President Buhari will do whatever it takes to protect the health and safety of our people and get the country back on its feet as soon as possible.
“Like the whole world, we are dealing with a new disease. Our experts are learning more all the time about coronavirus, what it does and how we can combat it.
“What we do know is that while some may become very sick, many others who contract the virus will not, and may have no symptoms at all. This is a disease that recognises no difference between north and south, men or women, rich or poor. We are all in this together.
Chief of Staff to President Muhammadu Buhari
Source: The Cable
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