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Details of hospital where late Abba Kyari died revealed

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Facts have emerged on details of the  private hospital where the Chief of Staff to the President Muhammadu Buhari, Mallam Abba Kyari died from complications of Coronavirus infection, First Cardiology Consultants, Ikoyi Lagos.

The name of the private medical facility was first revealed by credible media platform, Sahara Reporters in the early hours of Saturday. It was the first time that the Lagos State Government is revealing the name of the where the late Kyari moved to from Abuja some days after he tested positive for Coronavirus following the denial of the Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi who said he didn’t know Kyari’s whereabouts.There have been apprehensions among residents of Lagos about the identity of the private hospital, following the announcement of the death of Kyari early Saturday morning.

Details of hospital where late Abba Kyari died revealed

Many residents are especially apprehensive that the necessary contamination may not be done, while the patronage of the hospital may continue with the possibility of patients contracting coronavirus at the facility.

But in a statement on Saturday evening, the Lagos State Government assured that the hospital where Kyari died is equipped and capable of taking care of the consequences of such high risk patients.

“This hospital is a Lagos State designated high care, biosecurity-compliant, COVID-19 facility, accredited by the Health Facility Management and Accreditation Agency (HEFAMAA) of the Lagos State Ministry of Health.

Details of hospital where late Abba Kyari died revealed

“As a basis for accreditation, First Cardiology Consultants established a separate specialist wing with staff dedicated to the treatment of complicated cases of COVID-19, under the supervision of the Lagos State COVID-19 emergency response team,” the State Government said.

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