COVID-19: Atiku’s son begs Nigerians for prayers ⋆ Yinkfold.com
March. 24, 2020
Son of former Vice President Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, Adamu Atiku, has begged Nigerians to pray for his brother, Mohammed, who is currently battling the deadly coronavirus for quick recovery.
Recall that Atiku had on Sunday announced that his son, Mohammed was confirmed positive for the deadly COVID-19 virus.
Adamu, in a tweet on Monday night, noted that this is a trying time for the Atiku’s family, asking Nigerians to pray for his brother.
He further advised Nigerians to do what they can to stop the pandemic.
He tweeted, “This is a tough and trying period for my family and I, as my brother has tested positive to coronavirus.
“As my Dad @atiku stated in his tweet @NCDC has been notified, and he is being treated and monitored at Gwagwalada Teaching Hospital Abuja.
“I ask that you keep him in your prayers.
“We are facing a great global threat to humanity but we can overcome it as long as we stay united.
“Please do what you can to stop the spread of the pandemic. Wash your hands, Stay safe and be compliant.
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