Death of  Dr Ghali Umar Is Coronavirus-Related, Kemi Olunloyo Claims

Controversial journalist, Kemi Olunloyo has claimed that the death of Dr. Ghali Umar of the Department of Architecture of the Kano State University of Science and Technology is as a result of COVID-19.
Although, the faculty figures of COVID-19 have risen to 44 from 40 in the country. Since the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) usually hide the identity of the patient, iDONSABI couldn’t verify Olunloyo’s claim may be Dr. Ghali is one of the positive cases that has died in Kano state.
While nothing that the lecturer died on Monday, she said the death being linked to 5G conspiracy is not the case, but COVID-19.
She is, therefore, calling for more testing in the state, while nothing that Kano Governor made a mistake by relaxing the curfew last week for Ramadan shopping.
Olunloyo took to her Instagram page and wrote: “#BREAKING Dr Ghali Umar of the Department of Architecture of the Kano State University of Science and Technology, died on Monday, fuelling fears in the city of the strange deaths. It is CORONAVIRUS NOT any 5G conspiracy. They need more testing centers ASAP. @govumarganduje is in a no win situation relaxing the Lockdown for Ramadan shopping last week. The infection spread like wildfire. Hopefully, this $3.9B loan from the IMF Osinbajo got us will help save lives. Ganduje says he needs N15B. I say he needs MORE than that.


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The NCDC had announced an additional 195 cases with Kano having 38 from them. The state is currently third on the list of most affected states with 115 cases. Three deaths have been recorded in the state so far as well.

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