PDP advises NCDC over alleged spread of virus in Kogi

The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) has sought the intervention of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) in what the party described as unchecked spread of the infection and increasing number of COVID-19 deaths in Kogi State in the past few weeks.

In a statement on Monday by the PDP spokesman, Kola Ologbondiyan, the party said the state government has not demonstrated the required capacity to guarantee the health and safety of the people.

The PDP queried the laid back attitude of Governor Yahaya Bello towards COVID-19 prevention and management protocols, a situation, the party said, is resulting in the spread and avoidable deaths in the state.

The state’s Chief Judge, Justice Nasiru Ajana, who died in Abuja on Sunday, was reported to have died at a COVID-19 isolation centre in the Federal Capital City, where he was being treated.

The state’s Chief Judge, Justice Nasiru Ajana, who died in Abuja on Sunday, was reported to have died at a COVID-19 isolation centre in the Federal Capital City, where he was being treated.

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