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I was Down with COVID-19 For two weeks- Jonathan’s Former Aide

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Nigeria former President Goodluck Jonathan erstwhile aide Jackson Ude reveals that he battled coronavirus symptoms in the last two weeks as the disease pandemic continues to cause havoc in the world.

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Jackson Ude was a former Director of Strategy and Communication during Goodluck Jonathan’s tenure as president.

Mr.Ude tweet about his struggle with the virus on his Twitter handle today while engaging his followers.

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The outspoken journalist and Peoples Democratic Party(PDP) member says he kept the news to himself and the medical experts treating him during the trying time.

Jackson Ude resides in the United States of America where the virus has claimed more than 70,000 lives.

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The experienced journalist is the publisher of a popular online medium PointBlank news.

The virus tends to affect older people more due to their weak immune system.

The coronavirus pandemic victims across the world stand well above 3 Million.

Medical experts are working to find cures to the disease pandemic which started in Wuhan, China.

First case of Coronavirus was reported in Wuhan Province, in China in February, 2020.

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The pandemic has forced most countries to enforce lockdown orders to curb its spread.

Nigeria now has 4,399 reported cases, 778 discharged and 143 deaths so far.

One of the positive news about the coronavirus cure is from Madagascar.

The African country announces that it has discovered a cure for the deadly virus.

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