49-year-old medical doctor goes missing - Keyamo raises alarm
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49-year-old medical doctor goes missing - Keyamo raises alarm

- Festus Keyamo has raised alarm over the disappearance of a medical doctor identified as Dr Somuyiwa Medinat Iyabode

- The 49-year-old medical doctor has been missing since Wednesday, March 25

- According to Keyamo, she was going from Oworonshoki to New Garage Lagos

The minister of state for labour and employment, Festus Keyamo, has raised alarm over the disappearance of a 49-year-old medical doctor who has been missing since Wednesday, March 25.

Keyamo took to his official Twitter page on Wednesday, March 25, to raise the alarm, and gave the doctor's name as Somuyiwa Medinat Iyabode.

The minister said Dr Iyabode was going from Oworonshoki to New Garage, Lagos.

He tweeted: "Hello folks, I have to do this for a close friend: Dr Somuyiwa Medinat Iyabode, a 49 year-old Medical Doctor, missing since 25th March 2020. She was going from Oworonshoki to New Garage Lagos. She is about 5ft 8 inches tall. If seen, please contact: 08113855904, 08169193549."

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng the minister of state for labour and employment, Festus Keyamo, claimed that God allowed the coronavirus infection to afflict the human race.

Keyamo who made the disclosure on Wednesday, March 25, said God allowed the virus in order to direct the human race to him.

The minister said humans have distorted God’s Word to suit their human weaknesses and greed.

He said humans should collectively ask for forgiveness and the pandemic will end.

"God has allowed COVID-19 to afflict the human race only to redirect our steps back to Him. We have so distorted God’s Word to suit our own human weaknesses and satisfy our greed, even in supposed Holy Places. We should collectively ask for forgiveness & it will all end in praise," he tweeted.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian man took to social media to express displeasure that those that returned from overseas refused to self-isolate and put others at risk of contracting the disease.

The man identified as @Dehkunle on Twitter said those who do not have visa will end up dying because people with visa failed to do the right thing by isolating themselves when they returned to Nigeria.

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