- Femi Adesina, a presidential aide says President Muhammadu Buhari is busy working to keep Nigerians safe from the coronavirus pandemic
- The presidential aide claims some people with diseased minds were imagining vain things and concocting lies and evil
- Adesina states that the people behind the lies were incapable of having clean and edifying thoughts
Femi Adesina, the special adviser to the president on media and publicity, has said President Muhammadu Buhari is busy working to keep Nigerians safe from the coronavirus pandemic.
The presidential aide in a tweet on Thursday, March 26, said some people with diseased minds were imagining vain things and concocting lies and evil.
Adesina stated that the people behind the lies were incapable of having clean and edifying thoughts.
"Why do some people imagine vain things and concoct lies and evil? Simple. Their minds are diseased, and incapable of clean and edifying thoughts. President Buhari is on top of ensuring that Nigerians are kept safe from Covid-19. The good work continues," he tweeted.
Although the presidential aide was not specific about those he was referring to, his statement came after unverified rumours claimed that President Muhammadu Buhari and his chief of staff, Abba Kyari had been flown abroad for medical attention.
Meanwhile, in a move to stop the spread of the deadly coronavirus that has forced many Nigerian states into partial lockdown, the presidency has begun intensive fumigation of the state house starting with the office of President Muhammadu Buhari.
This is coming after the president's chief of staff, Abba Kyari, tested positive to the deadly virus.
According to The Sun, fumigation experts arrived at the Villa about 9.30 am on Thursday, March 26, to commence the exercise, which would cover the entire Presidential Villa including, floors, corridors, and major pathways.
A presidential source speaking to the online publication said the experts who were dressed similarly to the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) personnel came from Abuja city.
The source said: “These people are not from the Villa. They came from outside – from the town (Abuja city).
They are dressed in complete white overalls, masked and wearing other protective gears.
The dressing is similar to how the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control personnel wear their protective gears.”
In another report, a lady identified as Precious Williams has shared a heart-wrenching experience about how she is struggling to cope after testing positive for coronavirus.
Precious disclosed in a message on social media that she tested positive for the COVID-19 and she asked her friends to remember her in their prayers for a speedy recovery.
After being in the hospital for a week, she described COVID-19 as a ''monster.
Still on the coronavirus issue, a Nigerian man has recounted how his colleagues used to envy him and others working from home before the outbreak in the country.
The man identified on Twitter as Olawale Adetula said after his envious colleagues worked from home for two weeks, they all want to go back to the office
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