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Black Friday in Anambra as Provost of Unizik Teaching Hospital dies of Covid-19 Complications

Passcord 06/26/2020

Just as the country are still mourning the death of Senator Abiola Ajimobi who died yesterday after battling with corona virus challenges in Oyo state, another misfortune has happened again today in Anambra as a provost of the Nnamdi Azikiwe University teaching hospital Professor Okwudili Udemezue dies of diabetes and corona virus complications.

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According to @Nations dailies, the Professor was admitted to the University teaching hospital isolation centre on Saturday when symptoms of the virus was detected. He was confirmed of having corona virus on Wednesday 24th of June and he died this morning.

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Chika Eneh, the University Public Relations Official having confirmed the death said the university is yet to write an official report on it.

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Rest in Peace Professor Udemezue !

Corona virus is real, stay safe !

Maintain guidelines designated by NCDC which involves maintaining social distancing, washing of hands with soap or alcohol based sanitizers, wearing of facemasks and above all, maintaining personal hygiene.

Together, we shall conquer this virus bedeviling our health and economic conditions.

Source: The Nations Dailies

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Top Comments
menhris · 06/26/2020
These rich Nigerians may not be dying from Corona Virus as reported, but because there is no access to medical treatment abroad as usual. They have refused to develop our hospitals, believing that they can easily go abroad for treatment, but now, things have changed.
SundayUnueroh · 06/27/2020
Anybody dat dies now is coro,, no more natural death again,, Nigeria i fear ona
BintaMAbubakar · 06/26/2020
Still some people don't adhere or believe in it.
okaforifeoma · 06/26/2020
Rip Sir

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