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KANO: Expert Explains Why There May Be Rise In Deaths, Pleads For Calm by dimejiamuda: 3:56pm On Apr 20, 2020
People in Kano State have been urged to remain calm and await the outcome of investigations by experts into the alleged rise in deaths in Kano metropolis in the past few days.

The director, Centre for Infectious Disease Control at Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital (AKTH), Professor Isa Abubakar, told Judicial Sketch that the information regarding the rise in incidences of deaths “emanated from speculations, not from experts in any field related to Medicine.”

He said the state ministry of health rose to the occasion when the rumour started circulating during the weekend, “conducted a very quick survey and discovered that the rise in the number of deaths is not significantly different from what has been happening all along.”

He said while “I agree that it is good to call attention to any issue of concern, I do not think it is wise to make an issue out of it unnecessarily.”

The professor of Medicine said he “will advise that everyone holds on to the press statement issued by the state ministry of health yesterday while, on our part, we will approach the issue in greater detail from a research point of view, since we are in a research institution.”

He however gave an insight into what he thinks may cause deaths during trying times like this, saying “one of the things we may consider for now is that apart from COVID-19, there are other reasons people may die.

“Under normal circumstances, hospitals are

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Re: KANO: Expert Explains Why There May Be Rise In Deaths, Pleads For Calm by socialmediaman: 3:57pm On Apr 20, 2020
The low rate of testing is very alarming!

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Re: KANO: Expert Explains Why There May Be Rise In Deaths, Pleads For Calm by fulaniHERDSman(m): 4:00pm On Apr 20, 2020
Agbada don hook for babu waya ... while the gomina is busy forming Islamic evangelism for minors.

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Re: KANO: Expert Explains Why There May Be Rise In Deaths, Pleads For Calm by solmus: 4:07pm On Apr 20, 2020
Northerners are extra stubborn.. we saw what they did during Abba Kyari's burial.. no point sugar quoting it with daily death climbing to two from one a week, we just have to pray for North and call them out everytime

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Re: KANO: Expert Explains Why There May Be Rise In Deaths, Pleads For Calm by sapientia(m): 5:48pm On Apr 20, 2020
Eyesore reportage.

Sensational false title.

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