Jittery In Nasarawa State As Governor Sule, Deputy Visits COVID-19 Patient In M And D Private Hospital
- Proprietor Of M And D Went To Isolation, State Records 26 New Cases In 2 Days
Impeccable source from the seat of power uncovered that Nasarawa State Governor, Abdullahi Alhaji. Sule and his Deputy, Dr. Emmanuel Akabe are in dilemma after visiting a patient in M and D, a private hospital in the city center of the State capital.
Feelers revealed that the patient who held from Doma Local Government was a core loyalist to the Deputy Governor who held from the same town.
It was revealed that the former Personal Assistant to the late Senate of the Federal Republic representing Nasarawa South Senatorial district, Okudu Okpede (PDP) was admitted at M and D hospital with the advice of the Deputy Governor.
It was reliably gathered that the Deputy Governor was the first person that paid AKA Pillow a visit and the State Governor Engr. Sule also visited him after which his sample was collected and was tested positive of COVID-19 Pandemic.
A family member disclosed to universalreportersng.com that the immediate family members ranging from his wives and children resisted going into isolation.
It was learned that it took the swift intervention of His Royal Highness, Andoma of Doma, Alhaji. Ahmadu Aliyu Ogah to convince the family members on the need to go into isolation.
The ardent question to asked was would the Chief executive, Engr. Abdullahi Sule and his Deputy, Emmanuel Akabe go to isolation again? With the current status of a patient from Doma.
A doctor in M and D disclosed that the head of the hospital Dr. Edego was on isolation after discovering that one of his patients was tested COVID-19 Positive.
Punditsources told this medium that the said the hospital has since banned the acceptance of new patients due to the situation on the ground.
Dr. Edego, it could be recalled was the immediate past Chairman Medical Advisory Council (C-MAC) who served for two consecutive times as the number person in the Dalhatu Araf Specialist Hospital, Lafia.
It was unofficially confirmed that over 80 persons were confirmed positive in Nasarawa State in less than 48 hours
The Chairman of Task Force On COVID-19 in the State, Dr. Emmanuel Akabe would not be reached at press time as he refused to pick his call on Wednesday 4th June (yesterday).