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Outrage as professor of medicine is accused of “colluding” with late Coronavirus patient to hide his travel history from doctors, nurses and burial attendants in Kwara



Kwara is one of the trending topics on Twitter as Nigerians are calling out a professor of medicine who allegedly colluded with a sick UK returnee to mislead doctors about his health status, even after the man died.

Journalist Fisayo Alonge reported that a Coronavirus patient died in University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital, UITH, but he was called a liar.

However, the Kwara State Government confirmed it on Twitter on April 6 after the man’s wife and another UK returnee tested positive for Coronavirus.

This led Twitter users to call out the professor of medicine who is a friend of the dead Coronavirus patient.

According to Dr Olufunmilayo on Twitter, the professor of medicine colluded with the UK returnee to go to Ilorin upon his return to Nigeria. Dr Oufunmilayo said with the help of the professor, they were treating the man privately at home even though he was sick and showed Coronavirus symptoms. He was only rushed to the emergency room at UITH when his condition deteriorated.

To make matters worse, the professor is accused of pulling strings to mislead health workers about the man’s health status. The professor allegedly lied that his friend was suffering “food poisoning”.

When the man died, the professor also allegedly pulled strings to see that his body was removed from the hospital and buried.

It wasn’t until Fisayo raised alarm that the man’s wife was tested and it was discovered that she has Coronavirus. It was also revealed that her late husband is the only one she has come in contact with.

Dr Olufunmilayo and other Twitter users are now calling for the professor of medicine to be sanctioned for putting health and funeral workers at risk.

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Photos from Alao Akala’s candle night



Hundreds of residents of Ogbomoso in Oyo State, on Wednesday, organized a candle night procession in honour of a former governor of the State, Chief Christopher Adebayo Alao-Akala.

Alao-Akala is an indigene of Ogbomoso, the second largest city in the State. The former police officer died in the early hours of Wednesday, 12th January, 2022.

He was the governor of the State between 2007 and 2011.

To pay their last respect for the former governor, youths, women and men in their hundreds organized a candle night procession in honor of the former governor.

The event attracted friends, family and supporters of the late politician.

The procession, which started around, took off from Alao-Akala’s residence.

It moved through Takie, Sabo, LAUTECH Teaching Hospital, Orita Naira, Oja’gbo, Ijeru, Arowomole, Oja Akande and Seminary.

All the participants wore black attires.

They described the former Governor as someone whose legacies cannot be forgotten in a hurry.

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Minna district head suspended over forceful marriage



District Head of Allawa in Shiroro Local Government Area of Niger State, Mallam Bello Haruna has been suspended by Minna Emirate Council for engaging in forceful marriage.

The district head who was accused of forcefully marrying out a girl (name withheld), humiliating her father and also ordering that she be beaten by vigilantes, was also accused of insubordination by not answering the calls from the Emirate council leaders to explain some of the complaints against him.

In a letter signed by the Emirate’s assistant secretary, Usman Umaru Guni, the district head was accused of not having the leadership qualities necessary for peace and progress of the community he was appointed to lead.

Galadima Allawa, Ahmadu Magaji has now been appointed as the acting district head.

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AMCON MD, Ahmed Kuru, allegedly in EFCC net



The Managing Director of Assets Management Company of Nigeria, Ahmed Kuru, has allegedly been arrested and detained by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission.

Sahara Reporters reports that Kuru, who has been accused of assets diversion and selling of seized assets by businessmen accused of loan default with banks, to cronies at below value prices, was invited by the EFCC on Wednesday, January 19.

A source at the EFCC confirmed to the publication that Kuru was invited by the commission after confirmation of him selling assets worth billions of naira belonging to Atlantic.

“Kuru will certainly spend the night with the commission as he is still undergoing interrogation,” the source said.

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