The suspect is reported to be an aide of Gov. Bala Mohammed of Bauchi that has tested positive.
File photoA suspected case of coronavirus has been recorded in Jos North Local Government Area of Plateau, Commissioner for Health, Dr. Nimkong Ndam said.
In an interview with News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Sunday in Jos, he said the suspect is an aide of Gov. Bala Mohammed of Bauchi that has tested positive.
He said the state team comprising of World Health Organisation (WHO), health officials and security Agencies among others have gone to his home to take his sample for test in Abuja.
“One of the aides of the governor of Bauchi is on self- isolation, our team went to his house twice to ensure he embarks on self- isolation.NAN recalls that the State previously recorded 43 suspected cases of COVID-19, following the arrival of four Chinese miners from China to Wase local government Area of the state.
“The test result is supposed to take 48 hours. We implore Plateau residents to comply with the preventive measures of personal and respiratory hygiene,” he said.
The persons who were in self-isolation for 14 days were later confirmed negative after the results came out.