Not all covid-19 cases deserve our prayers — Sani

Senator Shehu Sani appears to have his hands full on someone.

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

/ by National Pivot

The world is still on its knees since the outbreak of covid-19 in Wuhan, China. As at the time of writing, the deadly disease has so far infected about 1,414,730 people globally, from which about 81,249 have died, while 301,312 recovery has been recorded according to data from worldometer.

British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson is among those infected with the virus, and is currently under intensive care according to recent reports. And Senator Shehu Sani has joined politicians across the world, to which Mr Johnson well and quick recovery.

However, while it's true that covid-19 is real and claiming thousands of lives a day, the Kaduna based senator still believes not all reported cases of the virus are genuine.

It is unclear though, whether or not the former senator is taking a subtle jibe at certain political leaders in the country who have reportedly tested positive for covid-19.

There were reservations on the genuiness of reported cases in the country as Nigerians claim some Governors likely faked their tests in other to get government fundings. Whether or not these claims are true, in Nigeria anything is possible.

Sani in a tweet, said, "The case of @BorisJohnson and other genuine and serious cases of #COVID19 in all countries of the World deserve all our prayers;We wish them quick recovery."

In another update, former vice president Alhaji Atiku Abubakar has Lin a statement on 7th April, 2020, lamented the damages done to the world's economy and said if Nigeria continues relying on other nations for its survival, we are are doomed.

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