Toke Makinwa says the government doesn’t have the accurate data of people with coronavirus

Posted on Mar 19 2020 - 1:35pm by admin

The World Health Organisation has declared coronavirus as a pandemic.

The media personality made this know via her Twitter page on Tuesday, March 17, 2020.

Toke Makinwa believes the Nigerian government doesn't have the accurate data of people infected with the dreaded coronavirus in Nigeria. [Instagram/TokeMakinwa]
Toke Makinwa believes the Nigerian government doesn’t have the accurate data of people infected with the dreaded coronavirus in Nigeria. [Instagram/TokeMakinwa]

In her tweet, Makinwa doubts if Nigerians should continue believing the data of people affected by the coronavirus by the government.

“So are we going to continue to believe there are no more cases of Corona Virus in Nigeria??? I don’t think they have accurate data, guys pls be safe out there,” she tweeted.

Toke Makinwa’s tweet is coming barely 24 hours after the third confirmed case of coronavirus was recorded in the country.

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), on Tuesday, March 17, 2020, broke the news about the latest case.

Lagos state Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi. [Twitter/@jidesanwoolu]
Lagos state Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi. [Twitter/@jidesanwoolu]

Nigeria, Africa’s most populous nation, recorded its first and second cases of the deadly coronavirus disease between February and March 2020 respectively.

About a week ago, it was announced that the person with the second case of the virus had tested negative.

President Muhammadu Buhari extols the virtues of Gov. Yahaya Bello’s mother, Hajiya Hauwa Bello. [Twitter/@GovBello]
President Muhammadu Buhari extols the virtues of Gov. Yahaya Bello’s mother, Hajiya Hauwa Bello. [Twitter/@GovBello]

The coronavirus (COVID-19) has now afflicted every continent on the planet besides Antarctica.

The novel coronavirus has now infected more than 115,800 people and killed over 4,200 worldwide, CNN reports.

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