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Sunday, April 26, 2020

Governor Ganduje Asks President Buhari For Urgent Help As 20 Top People Die In 24 Hours

On Saturday, news spread that several prominent residents have dropped dead in the last 24 hours in Kano state and while some had coronavirus symptoms, what hit others still remain unknown.






There are speculations of meningitis but residents say they cannot even explain what’s going on in the ancient city.

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) had shut down in the state on Wednesday and no definite date for resumption.

A list of those that have died released by PRNigeria, has editors, bankers, businessmen, professors, government officials, among others


They include 
Ibrahim Ayagi; 
Aliyu Umar Dikko, 
Abdullahi Lawal; ex-MD of Continental Merchant Bank, 
Ibrahim Ayagi; 
Musa Ahmad Tijjani, Editor of Triumph newspapers; 
Adamu Dal, ex-Chairman State Civil Service Commission.
 Nasiru Maikano Bichi;
 Musa Umar Gwarzo; 
Ustaz Dahiru Rabiu, ex-Grand Khadi; 
Salisu Lado; 
Nene Umma;
 Garba Sarki Fagge;
 Salisu Lado; 
Shamsiyya Mustapha;
 Nene Umma; 
Garba Sarki Fagge; 
Nasiru Maikano Bichi;
 Rabiu Dambatta; 
Kabiru Ibrahim Bayero 
mother of businessman, Ado Gwanja.


Meanwhile the Governor of Kano State, Abdullahi Ganduje, has appealed to the President Muhammadu Buhari government to take urgent steps, to reactivate the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) COVID-19 testing centre at the Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital.

Ganduje made the appeal during a press briefing held at the Government House on Saturday..
The Governor described the situation as serious and stated that more isolation centres were also needed and insisted the lockdown was firmly in force.
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61 comments:

  1. When the unknown was dying, He said nothing was happening in the state. Now he is crying because prominent people have started dying. Sotey ncdc center is shut down? Odiegwu. so who will go and set up emergency isolation centers for him now? When other states were sorting out their own, what was he doing?

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    1. He was waiting for 15billion, SMH

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    2. My dear LOUD IT....wicked souls.

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    3. 5G radiation life in kano

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    4. Now reality has dawned on him because they are prominent people? Hmmmmm what a wicked man

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    5. He was waiting for billions.

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    6. But is this not the same people washing their hands and drinking the water?

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    7. He is only afraid he will be next since he is prominent himself.

      Didn't these ppl say they did not want to shut down their state or enact state measures of social distancing. Even if it is not Corona it is obvious they need to take some practical measures or stay dying. A one month lockdown is nothing compared to an early permanent lockdown in the grave.

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  2. Ignorance is a deadly disease. why calling on baba Go-slow when it obvious no help will ever come. Aboki need to take this pandemic serious, as footage of some boys busy washing hands and drinking samedirty water boasting there's no corona virus. May God help you guys.

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  3. Shebi he said the statistics of death is not strange and no cause for alarm kan kan when it was mostly the bodies of the aged and destitutes piling up?

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    1. These ones have names na. The other 160 plus are males and worthless

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  4. This is becoming worrisome and a proper investigation need to be carried out to ascertain the real cause of this death. I just don't want to believe this death is natural. There have been meningitis in the north before now and people weren't dying in these numbers.

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    1. Teejay what are you saying? This is a clear case of covid-19. Reality is it will clear everywhere. This is what happens when people don't listen. I thought they said they can't observe lockdown? Sometimes let's learn to say it as it is.

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    2. Anon you can't conclude without thorough test on patient.

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    3. Anon 8:31, I don't think it's corona virus. Someone made a valid point here. They may be dying from radiation from 5G. It may have been secretly tested there

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    1. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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    2. make dem kwantinue to gather for mosque and chant ba korona on the street

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  6. PLS POOR PEOPLE ARE PROMINENT CITIZENS TOO. When 160 corpses of them.died mysteriously he didnt alert FG. Mtcheeeew Governor of rich people

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    1. Thank you. Like the rich will be judged any differently. Death is a leveler for all.

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  7. Ganduje that was stuffing his Agbada with dollars only recognises other people who have money in their pockets

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  8. This Ganduje guy is a big hypocrite. Was he not the one that said that there were no strange deaths in Kano? He thought this was election things that they play all form dirty pranks? Anyway, let all Nigerians take this Kano strange deaths seriously, we dont know if there is another new deadly virus besides COVID-19 in play there. NCDC should engage WHO immediately for support.

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    1. You are very correct 7:46 something worse than covid 19 may be in play there. WHO has to be engaged in this. NCDC has to be reopened following WHO guidelines with staff fully kitted and periodic disinfection carried out. Even visitors to the premises should be disinfected before entering. Kano is hot and their people are travelling to other states. Nigerian government have to act now, and not waste time as they usually do till it is too late. The governor did not show responsibility at the beginning.

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    2. Let them just remain in Kano, continue to drink the water they use to wash their dirty hands and dare not travel to other states.

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  9. He dinied news of mistirous deaths in his state, why calling for help now hmmm.lord heal our land rip to the dead.

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  10. Very incompetent governor! People are still gathering in very large numbers and all the governor cares about is money money money.

    Nigeria is not prepared and the NCDC is also very corrupt just like every Nigerian politicians.

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  11. They better investigate to know the cause of the sudden dead

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  12. What's NMA state chapter doing? Why is he calling buhari

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    1. Please leave the doctors out of this. Has he provided them with protective gear ???????

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    2. My dear help me ask oh! How do you expect them to work without PPE? It would have been a different thing if they had protective gears but refused to work. This is not the case. These medical personel are not given enough gloves,masks etc and you expect them to be on the front line? Abi you expect soldiers to go to war without arms? Make una try dey emparthic biko.

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    3. *empathetic* @9:53

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  13. To give him money now nonesense

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  14. It is getting very serious in Kano,something should be done before things get out of hand completely.

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  15. It has always been about the money, those we can't deal with we hand over to God, Ganduje God is watching

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  16. He is seeking for help now that it's affecting the rich. Shebi he said it's normal? Mtcheeew

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  17. From denial to begging for help. That flipped real quick.

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  18. That Ganduje is a failure to his state. When the 'less prominent' were dying in large numbers, he denied it and called it fake news. Now the prominent are dying he's seeking for help. All these things has exposed more the rot in the society. If I'm Buhari I won't give him the useless billions he's requesting. Let him use the dollars he was caught on camera with. Failed governor with only his pocket in mind even at this trying time.

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  19. So he is begging now for govt intervention? I thought he said it was normal death? God forgive me, bit I dislike this governor.

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  20. In reality, he state is capable of setting up one of the best isolation centers in the north. Kano is a rich state, most of the richest northerners are from Kano. He will rather enrich himself, he should appeal to the likes of BUA, Dangote, Dantata family and so many of them. Everyone knew Kano will be a hotspot apart from their governor. They thought it was a joke. You have an international airport in Kano, a lot of them just came back from Saudi before this whole thing escalated. It’s just sad that we are stuck with people that are not forward thinking. Kano is supposed to have nothing less than 10 major testing centers for a start and so many drive through test centers spread over the villages.

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  21. I don’t know why Ganduje is calling on Buhari. You as a state governor have done nothing. Look around Ganduje, look at what other Governors have done in their states. The federal government did not build them isolation centers. The state government did it. Where is the commissioner of health in Kano state. The state government must provide a conducive environment for the NCDC officials to work. You think the NCDC officials don’t have families? You think they want to die of corona virus? You this moron of a governor. I know the aboki cows in your state don’t listen to the news, so they can’t see what all your mates are doing in other states. Kano state government should get their asses up and work for the state. That is why there is a governor in the state. Wicked aboki Ganduje!

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  22. When the lowly/dontrodden were dieing, he said it wasn't unusual (normal). Now the "Top" are invoved and yov suddenly realised Kano needs help. Hypocrisy/wickedness kee yu der!

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  23. When the lowly/downtrodden were dieing, this thief said it wasn't unusual (abnormal). But suddenly realised Kano needs help bcos the "Top" are involved. Such insensitivity and hypocrisy. May God help the "helpless".

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  24. Ganduje is a dog

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  25. Dont the state have money at all to start something ,now it have hit the "mighty" he's now crying for help,15billion kill him there

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  26. There's no need bulding new structures. The hitherto abandoned almajiri sbhools built by Goodluck should be converted to isolation centres. More testing units erected. PPE provided and supplied to medical personnels. Osetigo. Ugbua bu ututu. Anya efogo!!

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  27. He should stop provoking God and his people, touch not my annointed. For long he has been torturing the eyebolts of God,he is perscutting christians refused to offer Christians indigene with appointment. Repent and call believers to pray for you and your people.

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    1. The way igbos are giving hausas and muslim indigene appointment in the east right?, what has all that got to do with corona virus.

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    2. I thought this governor denied the story initially, why cry for help now.

      May God continue to have mercy on the whole world because all the things happening now, we can no longer understand if the end has come.

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  28. Go and beg Sanusi he says the truth and you disgraced him out,now Allah SWT is fighting back,Kano may not know peace if truly you have cheated Sanusi, trust me Kano people are suffering for their conspiracy of silence.

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    1. God is not human,he won't kill over 600 people because of your Sanusi.

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  29. Ganduje is a very wicked man.
    After this is over, people should investigate who instigated the closure of NCDC facilities. Then they should investigate who Ganduje put in charge of treatment and isolation centers and see if that woman is not Ganduje's own daughter. Then investigate why he gave Kano a break from the lock down on the Thursday before the start of Ramadan, allowing mosques to hold prayers.

    I don't even feel bad for Kano sha, they used their hands to buy market, they should enjoy their purchases

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    1. Na wa,may God save us from evil people

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  30. GANDOLLAR, u r a disgrace and d worst thing that has ever happened and will ever happen to Kano State.

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  31. Ganduje has to be the worst kano state governor EVER.

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  32. Gandollar! Just hold on Buhari is coming with the 15 billion Naira you asked for. Onye oshi

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