BUK reacts to report on Vice-Chancellor’s COVID-19 status
The management of Bayero University, Kano (BUK), on Saturday, dismissed a report that the Vice-Chancellor of the institution, Prof. Muhammad Yahuza-Bello, had tested positive for COVID-19
The Secretary, Information and Publication Division of the university, Lamara Garba, made the clarification in a statement in Kano.
Garba said Bello has never been suspected of the disease nor was he even tested, adding that there was no iota of truth in the report.
He said the Vice -Chancellor is hale and hearty.
The university spokesman urged members of the public to disregard the claim and consider it fake, fabricated and of no basis.
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According to him, the Vice -Chancellor was not a member of the Kano State Task Force on COVID-19 chaired by the state deputy governor of the state as claimed in the report.
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