BUHARI WON’T CONDUCT ANOTHER COVID-19 TEST- PRESIDENCY
The Presidency has said there will be no need for President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari to have another COVID-19 test, as long as he was not close to the Brazilian Health Minister, Marcelo Queiroga, who was tested positive for the virus at the ongoing United Nations General Assembly. Information Guide Nigeria
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He will be quarantined in the US as the rest of the delegation has returned to Brazil.
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