A Nigerian man has narrated how his cousin who got back from the United Kingdom for the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) programme was handled, lamenting about the poor state of an isolation centre they kept his cousin.
This was contained in an article posted on his Twitter handle @Chinyereoranugo.
Chinyere disclosed that his cousin was deployed to Ekiti State for his NYSC orientation course where he was quarantined and later sent to Osun State after experiencing incessant cough.
He further disclosed that his cousin who has not been fed since yesterday, has been complaining of dizziness after being driven to Osun state in a poorly kept ambulance.
Read his tweets below;
Please Nigerians, my family and I need your help at this time. My cousin who schooled in the Uk and returned home 26/01/2020 to serve in the NYSC was posted to Ekiti state for his orientation and he’s down with cough so has been quarantined and sent to Osun state, but he’s not… but he’s not been fed since yesterday that he’s been quarantined and he’s complaining of dizziness.
Not only that, he was carried like a waybill in a poorly kept ambulance. It’s almost as if they want him dead so a case will be established.
Please help us speak to the authorities to give this boy food to eat, so that he can even withstand whatever I’ll treatment awaits him. My family is going to visit and see how he’s being treated. This is a boy who is ordinarily fragile but with one of the largest hearts on earth.
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