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Coronavirus: Abia State Governor arrives Nigeria, address press without compliance to 14 days self isolation

Okezie Ikpeazu failed to undergo the mandatory 14-days self-isolation mandated by the Federal Government.

Abia State Governor Okezie Ikpeazu this morning returned to Nigeria from the United States.

Coronavirus: Abia State Governor arrives Nigeria, address press without compliance to 14 days self isolation 1

Despite the rumors making the rounds that Abia State Governor Okezie Ikpeazu was stranded in the United States due to the coronavirus travel ban, the governor arrived Umuahia, the Abia State capital this morning.

He was received at the airport by the top government officials and staff and his entourage headed to the Government House Umuahia where he addressed the press.

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While addressing the press which had in attendance The Abia State Commissioner for Information and Strategy chief John Okiyi Kalu, he encouraged the citizens not to panic and also announced his set up a committee to create awareness and set up Coronavirus isolation centers and other logistics in the state.

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The State Governor Okezie Ikpeazu failed to undergo the mandatory 14-days self-isolation mandated by the Federal Government and health officials for every returnee from Coronavirus prone zones.

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