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Come Back Stronger To Lead The Battle Against COVID-19 — Ex-OYHA Minority Leader Tells Makinde

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Adebayo Abdulrahman

A former Minority Leader of the Oyo state House of Assembly, HonRafiu Tunji Adekunle has urged the Executive Governor of Oyo State, Engr. Seyi Makinde to come back stronger after defeating coronavirus so that he can lead the battle against the virus in the state.

The former state legislator disclosed this in a quick recovery message to the Governor titled You Shall Emerge Stronger.



In the letter, he wrote, ” Like “a thief in the night”, the ravagingcoronavirus sneaked into your system!  I am however glad that itencountered stiff resistance from your bodily defense soldiers, the reason for your being asymptomatic even after the clinical testreturned POSITIVE results!

And like a true leader, you conveyed this much to the worldthrough your personal Twitter handle, it’s my prayer, therefore, thatthe healing hands of God that have fortified you against this virushaving any effect on your physical health shall not be lifted fromyou, and others who have also tested positive, even beyond the finalcrushing of the evil virus.

He stressed further that the outpour of speedy recovery messages;across political divides, since the unpleasant news that the governor has been infected with a virus that has killed thousands hit theheadlines is a clear manifestation of the love the people of the state have for the governor and the good works he is doing.

“I remain confident that the Supreme Healer- ALLAH willstrengthen further, your immunity and make you come out of theviral attack STRONGER, so you can effectively lead the battleagainst the virus getting to our people beyond what we; as a state,nation, can medically manage.” He added.

OYOINSIGHT.COM had earlier reported how the number onecitizen of the State announced that he has tested positive tocoronavirus in a tweet on his official Twitter account on Mondayevening.

At the time of writing this report, the total number of confirmedcases by the NCDC in the country is now 135 with two deaths.

The index case in Oyo the pacesetter State is now Eight.

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