Nigerian Governors who Tested Positive for COVID-19

Want to know the Nigerian governors who have tested positive for COVID-19, read through

COVID-19, the disease caused by the Coronavirus, has caused a lot of tension over time with over 11.5 (+250) cases worldwide.

In Nigeria alone, here are 28,711, plus 544 confirmed new cases in Nigeria. It is noteworthy o note there are 1,676 recovered cases.

Nigeria also recorded 132 deaths since the advent of the COVID-19. Citizens are however not the only ones testing positive, Governors are too.

The COVID-19 which started last year in December in Wuhan, China has spread throughout the world.

A lot of people do say Coronavirus is for the rich elites in the country, they might however be right to some extent.

This is because these set of people are always in one conference or another outside the country, mingling with different people.

Some might have contracted the disease and not report themselves to health authorities. Out of the people, they have met, 98% might be infected and might not know.

These are the governors who have tested positive to the coronavirus:

  1. Kaduna state Governor

Nasir El-Rufai was the first governor who tested positive to the coronavirus. He recovered in Apil.

2. Bauchi State Governor:

Bala Mohammed tested positive for the coronavirus in March. He, has, however, recovered from the virus since April.

3. Oyo State Governor:

Seyi Makinde announced he tested positive for COVID-19 on 30th March 2020. He however recovered in April.

4. Ondo State Governor:

Rotimi Akeredolu tested Arekedolu tested positive to the COVID-19 last week. He has however recovered as his test comes back negative.

5. Delta State Governor:

Ifeanyi Okowa announced that he and his wife, Dame Edith Okowa tested positive for coronavirus July 1.

6. Ebonyi State Governor:

David Umahi tested positive to the COVID-19 on Saturday, July 4, making him the sixth governor to test positive since the advent of the virus.

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