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An unidentified man who participated in the private burial of late Chief of State to President Mohammadu Buhari, Abba Kyari has dumbed down an infected COVID-19 protective cloth on his way home.
The yet to be traced man after the tragic burial left the Gedu Cemetery to where his vehicle was parked, carefully monitored no was watching him off his the infected cloth littered it and drove off.
A behind spy who was covering him from undisclosed point unknown to him shared the footage video on social to the attention of Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).
He called on the centre to evacuate the contaminated COVID-19 wear from public space to avoid being picked by anyone and to also investigate, clean up the burial site.
Death of Kyari came as shock to Nigerians in the early hours of Saturday through the Special Spokesperson, Femi Adesina who shared on his social media pages to announce the demise.
The has devastated majority the bereaved family, friends, colleagues especially his right-hand man, Mohammadu Buhari, who retained his position twice from 2015 to 2020.
Kyari who passed on in undisclosed hospital arrived Gudu Cemetery Abuja After conducting a private prayer in an undisclosed Mosque, and head to a private funeral as directed by NCDC and Ministry of Health.
The cemetery has been selected for the burial of COVID-19 patients in the country.
Cases of Coronavirus in Nigeria has been at increases at late report 17 April 2020 put the number at 493, Lagos, FCT and Kano with the highest casualties of 289, 69 and 27 respectively.
Just as the vaccine is expected globally to enforce full combat against the deadly virus, the deaths toll has risen to 17 while a total of 159 index cases have been discharged amongst affected states.
However, appropriate authorities are urged to speed up to the cemetery to ascertain no Nigerian is exposed to danger of Coronavirus.