CovidNGR: Health's Minster, NCDC Boss Give Buhari Update
Amidst the continuous spreading of the coronavirus pandemic in the country, the honourable minister of health Dr Ehanire and the Director General of Nigeria Centre for Disease Control Dr Chikwe briefed President Muhammadu Buhari today at the villa.
This was made known by the special adviser on new media to the President, Mr Bashir Ahmad.
The President's aid tweeted:President @MBuharithis afternoon, received briefings from Minister of Health, @DrEOEhanireand Director-General of @NCDCgov,Dr.@Chikwe_Ias Nigeria intensifies and introduces new measures to curtail and prevent the spread of #COVID19 outbreak in the country. #COVID19Nigeria.
It should be recalled that since the outbreak of coronavirus in the country the President is yet to have a live press conference with the people and this is why some people are suggesting that the President has been flown own of the country.
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