- A Twitter user identified as Adetutu Balogun (@Tutsy22) has taken to the microblogging site to call out the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control
- The young lady said that they had tried to reach the NCDC for several hours because of someone she referred to as Femi
- Adetutu then said that Femi eventually died at home and that everyone in his house has now been exposed to the virus
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The coronavirus pandemic is proving to be a very tough nut to crack in many countries, particularly in developing countries like Nigeria.
Even first world countries have been struggling with the virus and people in third world countries have little or no faith in their government to take care of them.
Just recently, a lady identified as Adetutu Balogun (@Tutsy22) on Twitter, has taken to the microblogging site to call out the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).
According to Adetutu, they had tried for several hours to reach the NCDC but they refused to pick their call. Tutu then said that the person they were calling the NCDC for, Femi, eventually passed on at home because they did not pick their call.
The young lady said that everybody in Femi’s house has now been exposed to the virus.
Tutu then revealed her disappointment that Nigeria is still struggling to evacuate patients at only 2000 cases.
See her tweets below:
This is so sad. RIP to Femi.
In other related news, Legit.ng reported that Nigerian music star, Davido, is obviously taking no chances with the deadly coronavirus.
The music star shared a photo of himself wearing a face mask and a face shield despite being at home to protect himself from the deadly virus.
Recall that Davido's wife-to-be, Chioma Rowland, recently recovered from the deadly virus after staying in isolation for a few weeks when it was discovered that she tested positive.
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