Tuesday, November 24

We Don’t Have Covid-19, NCDC Manipulated Our Tests Results, Sons Of Late Kogi Medical Doctor Cry Out

Two sons of later Kogi-born medical doctor, Yakubu Aliyu, who was reported to have died of Civic-19 have accused Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, NCDC, of manipulating the Covid-19 tests result of their father and that of the family.

The sons of the late medical doctor alleged that the Covid-19 reports of their late father were manipulated as well as the rest of the family members.

The two sons of the late medical doctor further claimed that their father could not have been tested positive for the deadly disease.

The late doctor who was practicing his profession in Daura, Kastina state was declared to have died of Covid-19 in a statement made available to the press by Kastina State Governor, Aminu Masari.

The state confirmed the death of the medical doctor at the Nigeria Air Force Reference Hospital, Daura, at the age of 60.

One of the sons of the late medical doctor, Nuhu Aliyu said the officials of NCDC manipulated the sample result of their father’s test. Nuhu described the result of the their father’s test as fake, and urged the public to disregard it.

Nuhu disclosed that the officials of NCDC stormed their residence in Kastina on Tuesday and took their sample for medical analysis, he added that the family was surprised to hear that three of them have been tested positive on social medial when they have not been contacted.

In a state of worry, Nuhu said, “They have already concluded plans to come and pick me, my mother and my brother for observation. But we don’t know where they intend to take us to, the kind of food they will give us and also the medication. This is why I am doing this should in case anything bad happen to us”.

The second son of the later medical doctor, Abdulmalik Aliyu, said he received news from his friends that that he has been tested positive to Covid-19 when the NCDC officials are yet to call him for his status.

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