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We don’t have coronavirus, says Reps spokesperson

The Spokesman for the House of Representatives, Rep. Benjamin Kalu (APC-Abia) on Tuesday said no member of the House has so far been infected by Covid-19 virus. We don’t have coronavirus.

Kalu, who made this known while addressing newsmen, described media reports claiming that 15 members were infected as “fake news” The Rep said that the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) could not confirm that any member was infected. Kalu said that until an authentic source such as NCDC confirmed such stories, members of the public should ignore and treat such as mere rumours.

The lawmaker also denied that members were refusing to be tested as alleged by a letter trending online claiming to have originated from the Presidency.

The Spokesman for the House of Representatives, Rep. Benjamin Kalu (APC-Abia) on Tuesday said no member of the House has so far been infected by Covid-19 virus.

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Kalu, who made this known while addressing newsmen, described media reports claiming that 15 members were infected as “fake news” The Rep said that the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) could not confirm that any member was infected. Kalu said that until an authentic source such as NCDC confirmed such stories, members of the public should ignore and treat such as mere rumours.

The lawmaker also denied that members were refusing to be tested as alleged by a letter trending online claiming to have originated from the Presidency. We don’t have coronavirus.

The Spokesman for the House of Representatives, Rep. Benjamin Kalu (APC-Abia) on Tuesday said no member of the House has so far been infected by Covid-19 virus.

Kalu, who made this known while addressing newsmen, described media reports claiming that 15 members were infected as “fake news” The Rep said that the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) could not confirm that any member was infected. Kalu said that until an authentic source such as NCDC confirmed such stories, members of the public should ignore and treat such as mere rumours.

The lawmaker also denied that members were refusing to be tested as alleged by a letter trending online claiming to have originated from the Presidency.

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