Susan Idoko, the Benue state COVID-19 list case, has taken steps to sue the Nigeria Center for Disease Control NCDC on the off chance that she isn’t discharged from the Abuja separation focus inside the following seven days.
Idoko has been having a faceoff with the legislature since she was determined to have the infection. She has been in seclusion for 53 days now without demonstrating any indications of the infection. She demands she doesn’t have the infection.
The Minister of Health, Osagie Ehanire on Wednesday, said Mrs. Idoko had wouldn’t let the NCDC and other clinical work force take her examples so they can do a last test on her before she is released
Tending to newsmen in Abuja on Friday May 15, her legal counselor, Mr. Steven Eke said his customer has lost trust in the capacities of the NCDC. He said Mrs. Idoko requests a free test to be directed by the World Health Organization under the oversight of the British High Commission and her own doctor.
The attorney said the proceeded with detainment of Mrs. Idoko, for the sake of disconnection is an away from of her principal human rights and that she will go to court in the event that it perseveres.
Then, the Minister of Health., Osagie Ehanire, at the every day press instructions of the Presidential Task Force in Abuja on Friday, May 14, said he has convinced Mrs. Idoko to agree to being tried. He says her example has been taken and the outcome will be out in several days.