- A Nigerian man has shared his experience with a coronavirus hotline receiver in Nigeria
- The man identified simply as @YubbyNduonofit explained that he called the hotline only to be told by the receiver that he is in a meeting
- According to him, the receiver asked him to send him a message on WhatsApp instead
A Nigerian On Air Personality identified by his Twitter handle as @YubbyNduonofit has taken to the platform to narrate his experience with coronavirus hotline. The man narrated what he was told after he called the hotline.
In his tweet, he explained that he had called one of the hotlines provided and one of the receivers identified as Tunde Osoba picked up the call.
According to him, Osoba told him that he was currently in a meeting and he could not attend to him at the moment.
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The media personality added that the coronavirus hotline receiver then asked him to send him a message on WhatsApp instead.
Nigerians reacted to the man's tweet. A user laughed about Nigeria's reaction to serious cases.
Another user noted that there is nothing wrong with what the receiver told him to do.
Some berated him for choosing to test the lines when he had no case to report.
However, one user had a different story to tell. She said her friend that was on the flight had a good experience with the receivers on the hotline.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that the governor of Kano, Abdullahi Ganduje, recently announced some emergency hotlines in the northern state to protect residents from the spread of global disease coronavirus.
Ganduje unveiled the numbers in a statement which was signed by the state's commissioner for information, Malam Muhammad Garba. The commissioner said the state government had provided emergency hotlines for citizens to call if they feel unwell or suspect a case of the coronavirus.
Garba quoted Governor Ganduje as urging residents to make use of the numbers in order to safeguard the millions of people living in the state. The commissioner also urged Kano residents to follow the preventive measures recommended by the Ministry of Health and other relevant government agencies.
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