The Abia State Government has proclaimed a suspected COVID-19 patient, Emmanuel Ononiwu, needed.
Ononiwu was said to have tried positive and declined to isolatate himself as mentioned by suitable clinical convention.
The Magistrate of Data, John Okiyi-Kalu, in an announcement yesterday said Ononiwu, living at Aba, got away from an impermanent holding office in Aba, Abia state preceding his development to a seclusion place, after he was educated regarding his status.
Every single resulting request made to him through his telephone line; 08033484117, failed to be noticed, as he demanded that he won’t turn himself in. He had turned off his line alongside that of his companion, required to introduce herself for testing.
Okiyi-Kalu expressed that the last followed area of Ononiwu was around Asa Triangle in Aba Abia state South Nearby Government.
If seen anywhere, please report to the nearest security agency or call 0700 2242 362, but do not approach him without full protection to avoid infection.
“Enforcement teams all over the state are also advised to be on the look out and take him in as soon as he is found. “All those who had contact with him in the past 14 days are strongly advised to call 0700 2242 362 and submit themselves for testing.
“We strongly advise all citizens and residents to be vigilant and take necessary measures to protect themselves. “Do not leave your house without wearing your face mask appropriately and ensure you maintain social distance at all times.
“COVID-19 is real and if we take responsibility as individuals we can win the battle against the virus in our state and country.”