Dokpesi's Revelation: Sen Shehu Sani raises critical questions on Covid-19 in Nigeria

Sani wonder why the government is scaring Nigerians while they have the cure for the virus.

Saturday, May 16, 2020

/ by Joe Adams
Senator Shehu Sani 
Shehu Sani, former senator who formerly represented Kaduna Central Senatorial District in the national assembly, has raised critical questions about the treatment of COVID-19 virus in Nigeria following the shocking revelations made by some discharged patients.

Recall that media mogul, High Chief Raymond Dokpesi, had revealed that every drug they were given while in isolation were malaria medications.

Dokpesi, the founder of DAAR Communications, owners of African Independent Television (AIT) and RayPower FM, had said he was confused about the drugs administered on him for the treatment of the deadly virus after he was discharged earlier in the week.

Many other recovered patients, including the Governor of Bauchi State, Bala Mohammed, and a former presidential aide, Doyin Okupe, all made similar revelations.

But in a tweet on Friday night, the former lawmaker wondered why Nigeria seems to be succeeding in the use of these drugs to tackle the dreaded COVID-19 while other nations are failing.

“High Chief Raymond Dokpesi and many others who went into Isolation revealed that they were treated with chloroquine, fully recovered and discharged.

“How come we are succeeding and countries with advanced medical systems are failing and falling to the same virus? What is happening?” he tweeted.

Earlier, he had said, “Treated and discharged, treated and discharged. Why are we really too scared and panicky about what we can easily treat and discharge within days, if actually what we are treating and discharging is the same thing that is scaring us?

“And why is the World not taking notice of us but Madagascar?”

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