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Monday, April 27, 2020

First Bank Regional Manager Abdullahi Lawal Succumbs To Coronavirus Complications In Kano.

Abdullahi Lawal, a Regional Manager with First Bank PLC, Kano has died of a suspected case of COVID -19.







Family sources said the late banker took ill on Friday and was first put on admission at a private clinic in Kano from where he was referred to Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital.


Sources said late Lawal, who was on his early 50s, was rushed to a private clinic after he suffered high fever, intermittent cough, and respiratory hiccups without getting medical care before he gave up the ghost.

According to the sources, the late Lawal was placed on Oxygen on arrival at the private clinic, and the treatment was discontinued after he displayed no signs of stability.

One Hajiya Salma Ahmed, who claimed to be a mother-in-law to the decease, in a viral audio obtained by INDEPENDENT, painted a gory picture of how National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) frustrated attempts to secure a helpline.

Hajiya Ahmed said: “The family had called the “Kano NCDC” line several times but couldn’t get through. They finally got to “Abuja NCDC”, and were assured that officials in Kano would visit the patient to take his samples.

Salma explained that “but no one visited up till her son-in-law died in agony, and she was now worried that her daughter and other family members might also have the virus.”

from Daily Independent.

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    1. Abdullahi was my neighbour in kano. I just heard this three days ago. Such a nice man. May God console your family. RIPP.

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    2. Jesus!!! May his soul rest in peace

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  2. I heard the audio..I don't understand why it's taking forever for NCDC to set up another testing centre after the contamination of the previous one...

    I saw a video where they did the mass burial for over 500 people that died within a week.

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    1. If they sent up another centre who will want to go there? The first set of people in the first centre are already in isolation.

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  3. So sad. RIP to the departed the soul.

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  4. So sad. RIP to the departed the soul.

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  5. Very sad. Someone sent the audio to me. Its seems this kano people are not ready to wake up yet. Always debunking news up and down. Even their Emir said the mysterious death is not civic-19 related.

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    1. D Emir is Dancing to d tune played by his master, Ganduje. Something Sanusi never did.

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  6. NCDC Abuja finally sent people to Kano to have the man's family tested. It was shown on AIT yesterday or so.

    Medicine after death ....smh

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    1. What was the outcome of the investigation?

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  7. This is sad, lord heal the rest of the family, rip to him.

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  8. Are we sure it’s not HBP or MALARIA that killed him? Ganduje is a joke.

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    1. Corona virus does not come with a sign board, corona virus attack the weak areas in your body and worsens any situation there before. Most Nigerians have hidden medical problems that may not have been diagnosed before. If the virus attacks all other ailments wake up. Once it attacks the lungs and oxygen begin to go down, it is difficult to reverse. If there is sign of breathlessness and doctors begin to treat with intravenous antibiotics, with oxygen, then there is hope. Kano is being ravaged because of the lawlessness in the state.

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  9. My God!
    May his soul rest in peace.

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  10. NCDC officials are very corrupt

    May God comfort the family of the dead and grant rest to the souls of the dead

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    1. No Ms A. It is unfair to generalise. In all, I will score them above 70%.

      The former emir; SLS, said lack of education will be the death of Kano people and here we are just a few months after his pronouncements.

      They also have a governor who would rather hand them peanuts rather than academically empower his people like the Kaduna state government is doing.

      The NCDC staff were chased out and are lucky to be alive. Tell me Ms A, what would you have them do?

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  11. Oh dear! God rest his soul

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  12. Imagine all d people that have come in contact with him, family to all the hospitals...na wa oo

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  13. Dis is getting out of hands,they still not believe it covid19,rest to d dead

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  14. They better stop kissing each other in greeting. They better stop going to these large gatherings, eating from same pot, sharing drinking cups. The government doesn't have to tell you something first, if you hear and see what is going on around you then take measures to secure your household. Neighboring states need to also find a way to secure there borders from non-essential traffic for hot zones. You got to stop the movement of ppl ASAP.

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  15. Take it or leave it the Northerners are the biggest problem we have in Nigeria! Their nonchalant attitude is sickening.

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  16. May God grant his soul rest and comfort his family. It's unfortunate we have the worse selfish, incompetent people in the affairs of this country. Imagine the governor of a state like Kano not setting up any Isolation center rather he was asking the federal government for #15billion to stock in his babariga. So pathetic

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