The Emir of Kano, Alhaji Aminu Ado Bayero has stated that the recent deaths in the Kano state are not connected to Coronavirus.
The Kano monarch in his statement on Sunday April 26, said he was informed by the State’s Ministry of Health that the ‘mysterious’ deaths were not as a result of COVID-19 outbreak.
The Emir who prayed that Allah grants forgiveness to the souls of those who recently died in the state, urged Kano residents to adhere to all the directives by the National Centre for Disease Control and other health agencies that are authorities on the subject matter.
His speech reads in full;
My people may the peace and blessing of Allah be upon you all.
We wish to inform you that, the Kano state ministry of health has informed us about the update on the outbreak of COVID-19 in various places across the state.
This report is really important, the report has further confirmed to us that COVID-19 is real and that as of today about 73 people have tested positive for the pandamic.
My people, with regards to this situation, it had become necessary for us to remind you on the need to follow all the necessary medical advice.
You all must stay away from over crowded places, wash your hands regularly with soap and use face mask.
We also urge you to avoid stigmatisation on people with the infection, avoid fake news that may likely create panic among our people.
I equally call on you to look after your children and make sure they do not continue to play football on the streets, once you notice any symptoms please do not hesitate to report such to medical experts.
My people, I call on you to remain calm, and continue to pray for Allah’s intervention. I therefore want to use this opportunity to condole the family of those who lost lives recently.
We were equally informed by the ministry that the deaths were not as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.
We therefore pray for the repose of the souls who lost their lives, may Almighty Allah forgive them, those infected, we pray for their quick recovery.
May almighty Allah continue to protect us.
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