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Nigerian Pastor Tests Positive For Coronavirus After Praying For Dead Patient’s Recovery

Two children of a deceased COVID-19 patient in Rivers and a pastor praying for his recovery have contracted the deadly virus.

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NIGERIA: Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike announced on Friday that a pastor had tested positive for Coronavirus after praying for a deceased COVID-19 patient in the state.

Governor Wike, who disclosed this while giving update on efforts by the state government to contain the pandemic, revealed that two children of the deceased also tested positive for the virus.




He blamed security operatives deployed to enforce border closure of sabotaging the efforts, accusing them of receiving gratification to allow people into the state.

The governor vowed the borders would enforce be tightened with the inauguration of a Task Force of on Border Closure comprising of Rivers indigenes. He said:

“The logical conclusion therefore is that the pattern of transmission of COVID-19 in the state is evidentially predicated on outside importation just as the rate of infection and progression is also relatively low and arithmetical when considered from the date of the index case.”




“Generally, we believe that unless there is a sudden and vertical slide into community transmission, we expect our COVID-19 infection and prevalent rate to continue along this low trajectory, which gives us the assurance that our hard work is paying off and Rivers State is certainly not in any dangerous position when compared to most states, and we will never be by God’s special grace.

“This is not to say that we are at the peak of this crisis and that everything about the containment and transmission of COVID-19 was under control.”




“For instance, the 7th infected case was an offshore oil and gas worker who went and passed a night in a Lagos hotel before returning to Port Harcourt on the 9th of April 2020 with the aid of the security personnel manning our borders.

“When his symptoms started, he was admitted to a private hospital, (St. Martin’s Hospital) on the 20th and discharged on the 21st of April 2020.

“Had the security agencies not compromised their responsibility at the borders, this man would have been prevented from coming into Port Harcourt with this virus and threaten the lives of other people for over two weeks before he was evacuated to the treatment center.”

Credit : Kanyi Daily

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Live Updates COVID-19 CASES
  • World 18,026,722
    World
    Confirmed: 18,026,722
    Active: 6,002,753
    Recovered: 11,334,985
    Death: 688,984
  • South Africa 503,290
    South Africa
    Confirmed: 503,290
    Active: 152,676
    Recovered: 342,461
    Death: 8,153
  • Egypt 94,316
    Egypt
    Confirmed: 94,316
    Active: 48,345
    Recovered: 41,137
    Death: 4,834
  • Nigeria 43,537
    Nigeria
    Confirmed: 43,537
    Active: 22,567
    Recovered: 20,087
    Death: 883
  • Ghana 37,014
    Ghana
    Confirmed: 37,014
    Active: 3,467
    Recovered: 33,365
    Death: 182
  • Kenya 21,363
    Kenya
    Confirmed: 21,363
    Active: 12,580
    Recovered: 8,419
    Death: 364
  • Ethiopia 17,999
    Ethiopia
    Confirmed: 17,999
    Active: 10,520
    Recovered: 7,195
    Death: 284
  • Zimbabwe 3,659
    Zimbabwe
    Confirmed: 3,659
    Active: 2,579
    Recovered: 1,011
    Death: 69
  • Somalia 3,212
    Somalia
    Confirmed: 3,212
    Active: 1,557
    Recovered: 1,562
    Death: 93
  • South Sudan 2,352
    South Sudan
    Confirmed: 2,352
    Active: 1,131
    Recovered: 1,175
    Death: 46
  • Namibia 2,224
    Namibia
    Confirmed: 2,224
    Active: 2,042
    Recovered: 171
    Death: 11
  • Rwanda 2,042
    Rwanda
    Confirmed: 2,042
    Active: 918
    Recovered: 1,119
    Death: 5
  • Tanzania 509
    Tanzania
    Confirmed: 509
    Active: 305
    Recovered: 183
    Death: 21
  • Burundi 395
    Burundi
    Confirmed: 395
    Active: 90
    Recovered: 304
    Death: 1
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