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I hope to be out soon, Atiku’s son speaks from isolation


Mohammed Atiku, son of former Vice President Atiku Abubakar who tested positive for coronavirus, has said he is optimistic about being discharged soon.

Mohammed, who spoke from isolation on Thursday in a video shared by his father via Twitter, said though he was traumatised being the first recorded case in Abuja, he is fine now He stated, “On the twentieth of (March), I tried positive for COVID-19 and I was brought over to the Isolation Center at Gwagwalada University Teaching Hospital where I have been since.

“I am at present on my twelfth day here and I would like to be out soon – maybe when my next test is taken and the outcomes are good. I ought to be on out, ideally.

“I chose to do this video with the goal that I could talk about my experience to be of help to Nigerians.

“I was asymptomatic in my initial barely any days here and anxious; I had a degree of tension and a tad of injury, particularly being the record case here in Abuja. That was actually the primary test.

“In any case, step by step, I developed more grounded, on account of all the altruism and supplications and bolster I got from a huge swath of Nigerians a large number of whom I don’t have the foggiest idea. My loved ones as well and a ton of individuals.

“I say thanks to God I am great.”

He encouraged Nigerians to dodge counterfeit news since it exacerbates the issue on ground, deploring that it was very terrible that occupants of his domain were purveyors of phony news.

He said thanks to wellbeing laborers and encouraged Nigerians to appeal to God for them that none of them get contaminated while treating tainted people.

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