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Like Abba Kyari, Like Ajimobi: Covid-19 Pandemic Is Teaching Nigerian Politicians Lesson [Opinion]

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It's audible to the deaf and visible to the blind that the world is being ravaged by the covid-19 pandemic.

Recall that Nigeria recorded its first case of the virus on the 28th of February, 2020. The virus was brought into the country by an Italian man. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

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Following it entrance into the country, the dreaded coronavirus has caused a lot of damages. From business and academic closure to restriction of movement. The havoc wreaked by covid-19 is better imagined than experienced.

The covid-19 pandemic has actually exposed how rotten and ineffective the Nigerian health sector is, as the virus has been badly managed. No thanks to ineffective leadership over the years!

With the ban of both domestic and international flights, the late Chief of staff to President Muhammadu Buhari, Chief Abba Kyari was prevented from seeking treatment abroad, which is the usual norm for Nigerian politicians, for the covid-19 he contracted from Germany. This eventually led to his death. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

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Now is the former governor of Oyo state, Senator Abiola Ajimobi reported to have died of covid-19 complications. Of course, if he had the chance, he would have seek for medical help abroad as usual. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

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The truth is, the health sector Nigerian politicians have refused to fix over the years, because they have access to world class health facilities abroad, is now haunting them.

May they learn the lesson covid-19 pandemic is teaching them to fix our health sector and all other sectors after this is over.

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IkechukwuOnuorah_02 · 06/28/2020
wen are they resuming schools

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