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The new emir of Kano, Alhaji Aminu Ado Bayero, has responded to the mass passings recorded in Kano State.

Review that scores of individuals, including elites and unmistakable children of the state, have passed on in Dala, Fagge, Tarauni, Nasarawa, Gwale and Kano Municipal.

Among those effectively covered are scholastics, managers, investors, media professionals and agents.

Responding, an announcement the Emir by and by marked kept up that the passings were not COVID-19 related.

“We have been educated by the service that the passings were not because of the COVID-19 flare-up.

“This report is extremely significant, the report has additionally affirmed to us that COVID-19 is genuine and that starting today around 73 individuals have tried positive for the pandemic.

“My kin, with respect to this circumstance, it has gotten vital for us to help you to remember the need to follow all the fundamental clinical guidance,” he said.

He further asked Kano inhabitants to avoid swarmed places, wash their hands normally and abstain from trashing others.

“I similarly approach you to take care of your youngsters and ensure they don’t keep on playing football in the city, when you notice any side effects kindly don’t stop for a second to report such to clinical specialists,” he prompted.

The Emir while calling for additional supplications, sympathized with groups of the expired.

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