Following the death of the Chief of Staff to the President, Abba Kyari, who was rumoured to have died in a private hospital in Lagos which SecretReporters can authoritatively report was a lie, further information reaching our newsdesk has it that another strong ally to President Muhammadu Buhari was also given a special bed like the late Abba Kyari at a military-operated hospital in Lagos.

Information from a credible source in the know revealed that the Governor of Kaduna State, Mallam Nasir Ahmad El-Rufai is allegedly receiving treatment at the Military hospital, Ikoyi, Lagos State.

Our source disclosed that the case of the Northern Governor is so serious that he has a 60-40 chance of survival with an underlying blood-related disorder like the deceased Chief of Staff.

El-Rufai alongside two other Governors, Bala Mohammed of Bauchi State and Seyi Makinde of Oyo State earlier tested positive to the novel Coronavirus. The duo has since recovered leaving El-Rufai who in line with the stipulated guidelines went into self-isolation on March 28, 2020, but has not made any further appearance three weeks battling to save his life.

Our source further disclosed that contrary to the story peddled by the Lagos State Commissioner for Health and most mainstream media, Abba Kyari did not die in First Cardiology Consultant but at the Military Hospital, IkoyiI.

In a bid to wriggle its way out from the secrecy shrouding the treatment of the top political officials, Principle Health administrators spearheading the COVID-19 Taskforce while speaking from both side of their mouth was quoted to have said through the Health Minister that no private hospital has been approved to treat COVID-19 cases, while his counterpart Prof. Abayomi, the Lagos state commissioner for Health later in the day said that the First Cardiology Center was approved by the Lagos State Health Facility Monitoring and Accreditation Agency (HEFAMAA), a move described by many as a blatant coverup as such authority lies solely with the Federal Ministry of Health (FMH) and the National Center for Disease and Control (NCDC) in the wake of the COVID19 outbreak.

When the First Cardiology Consultant hospital was contacted for their response, the front desk officer stated that she was not in the position to answer questions and the business manager who was supposed to attend to media enquiries was not at work. She, however, asked that we visit the hospital in person the next day as she cannot release any possible contact to the Business manager.



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