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He made the divulgence in an instant message to staff individuals from the organization in Abuja on Monday.

AIT reports that Dokpesi had been on self-confinement for about seven days.

Their site shared Dokpesi’s message: “I got a call toward the beginning of today affirming the outcome is COVID-19 positive. I am leaving now to the Gwagwalada seclusion place for treatment and plan to return in about fourteen days.

“A considerable lot of you may have communicated with me during our different gatherings and I would encourage you to get tried as quickly as time permits.”

At first, Dokpesi became sick with side effects like intestinal sickness.

Afterward, he began encountering a hack and afterward reached the Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC).

The test has returned positive.

The DAAR manager has been moved to the Isolation Center at the University of Abuja Teaching Hospital Gwagwalada for treatment.

The NCDC Contact Tracing Team will test people who may have had contacts with Dokpesi in the previous fourteen days.

They incorporate relatives, companions and other staff individuals from DAAR Communications.

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