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BREAKING: Bauchi Gov, Bala Mohammed, tests positive for Coronavirus

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Governor of Bauchi , Bala Mohammed has tested positive for Coronavirus.

Gov. Mohammed tested positive after his test was taken on Monday.

The governor placed himself in self isolation after he made contact with Mohammed Atiku, son of former Vice President Atiku Abubakar.

Read Also: Nigerian Senate suspends plenary till 7th April over COVID-19 crisis

Atiku’s son tested positive to the deadly virus after he got back to Abuja.

Meanwhile, the Bauchi State Commissioner of Health, Dr Aliya Maigoro, is yet to give an update on the outcome of the test.

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