If you have been keeping up with the situation of things in Nigeria, you would have heard about the mass deaths in Kano in almost a week due to a strange illness.
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There is no concrete evidence yet to tie this report of mass deaths in Kano to the COVID-19 pandemic, however there are speculation that, following the COVID-19 curves presented by relevant authorizes in countries with higher burdens, nothing is impossible.
If you have been following our publications at Ideal Health NG, we published a report 13 days ago about Melinda Gate's statement: I see dead bodies on the street of Africa, where she uncovered the life-threatening effect this pandemic might have in African countries due to our failed Healthcare systems.
So what if Melinda is actually right? What if the cards have started to play out given our negligence as individuals? Well, Twitter NG has something for you on the report of mass deaths in Kano numbering up to about 600 victims presently:
It appears the Coronavirus has bolted in Kano. I hope that’s not the case but the reported deaths indicate an unusual surge in death rate over a short period. It’s not out of place to suspect this is due to #COVID19 . This is a real cause for worry.— JJ. Omojuwa (@Omojuwa) April 25, 2020
Kano test lab is contaminated badly, doctors responsible for the testing were also been infected as well as lack of testing kits that's why testing lab was closed but still KNSG remain nonchalant without taking any action till people get infected, suffer and die. #PrayForKano— Z A N N A H✨ (@__usyy) April 25, 2020
You people think COVID-19 can't kill 600 people in one week?— UG (@UgwunnaEjikem) April 25, 2020
At its peak in New York, it killed 806 people in one day, don't stay ignorant, this pandemic is not a joke.
I really hope whatever is happening in Kano is not related to COVID-19 if not we don enter enormous mess up.
Kano lost the following personalities today:— Mubarak Umar (@Mubarack_Umar) April 25, 2020
•Prof Ibrahim Ayagi, CEO of Hassan •Gwarzo School
•Alh. Dahiru Rabiu, Former Grand Khadi
•Dr. Musa Umar Gwarzo
•Mal Musa Tijjani, former Editor of Triumph Newspaper
•Alh. Adamu Isyaku Dal, former SUBEB Boss
•Alh Salisu Lado
Say all these of mass deaths in Kano are insinuations and everything is perfectly under control but connect all these lines together for once and asked if actually Melinda was right.
And if at all, Africa, especially Nigeria isn't losing all out.