- An unnamed lady has followed her lover home after they were both discharged from a Covid-19 isolation centre in Oyo state
- The two met at the centre as an official said that during their recovering process from the virus, they were buddies and inseparable
- The lady's father was taken aback by it all as he complained about his daughter and how she has been showing signs of waywardness since her graduation from school
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Love can happen even in the most unexpected places. Perhaps that is why people say that the heart wants what it wants no matter the situation.
The same can be said of a discharged young woman at a Covid-19 isolation centre in Oyo state who followed a soldier home on Saturday, August 8.
The Cable reports that the graduate of statistics was one of the 20 people that were certified okay by medical officials after their coronavirus status turned negative.
“They were here for different duration of time. Some of them had spent more than four weeks at the centre receiving treatment. They were discharged after our medical team confirmed that they had tested negative for the virus,” an official source told the media.
Instead of following her daddy who is also a pastor, the young lady decided to go with the military man. The father said that his daughter has been exhibiting some very wayward attitudes since she finished school.
“She is my second child but after her graduation from the school of statistics, she refused to come home. I only got to know that she had been isolated at the centre through a relative she confided in. I am a man of God and I will continue to pray for her,” he said.
The interesting thing was that the soldier was also one of the people who were discharged from the centre. After the dad’s discussion with the man proved abortive, the lady left with the soldier on his bike.
The father had to leave the place in a very angry mood. One of those who spoke with TheCable said that the lady and the man were very close during their stay, adding that he was one of the servicemen admitted.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Dr Chikwe Ihekweazu, the director-general of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), dismissed the rumour that coronavirus patients across the country play, dance and have fun on social media while in isolation centres.
The NCDC boss explained that it is tough for these persons to be quarantined without anything in place to help them while away the time.
Ihekweazu decried the fact that people are using few viral online videos to conclude that it is now a trend throughout Nigeria for patients to play at treatment centres.
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