- A heartbroken father has threatened to take his daughter back home over the poor treatment being given to her at an isolation centre
- The heartbroken man says he prefers that his daughter dies in his house to dying at the isolation centre
- The man alleged that the girl has not been attended to, neither has she been fed
A heartbroken father has threatened to take his daughter out of an isolation centre in Nigeria, alleging that the lady is being given poor treatment.
A video of the man has been circulating on social media, in which the man could be seen saying he prefers that his daughter dies in her house to dying in that isolation centre.
He said the lady has not seen any doctor or nurse since morning, neither has she been fed.
Below is the video:
In other news, billionaire businesswoman Folorunsho Alakija has pledged N1 billion for Nigeria's fight against coronavirus as cases of the deadly disease continue to rise.
Alakija made the donation through her oil company and commended the efforts made by the federal and state governments, private sectors and individuals towards the fight against coronavirus in Nigeria.
Since coronavirus pandemic hit Nigeria, there have been a lot of donations from Nigerian entrepreneurs to support the country in its fight against the pandemic.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a lady identified as Reea Rodney shared a harrowing experience about how she is struggling to survive after testing positive for the deadly COVID-19. She revealed that she has been sick for eight days.
Reea revealed via social media that she tested positive for the COVID-19 and asked for reinforcement through prayers for a speedy recovery.
After being in the hospital for eight days, she noted that she needs all the support she can get.
''I have been in the hospital for the past five days now battling against COVID-19, severe viral pneumonia and a small pulmonary embolis,'' Reea said.
She said that she is unable to breathe due to the damages the virus has caused in her lungs but noted that she’s a fighter.
''I’m a fighter so I’m not going ANWAY but I’m calling on extra reinforcements. Pray for my husband and kids too because they are also going through at this time,'' Reea wrote.
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