A student of the University of Ibadan simply identified as T’Challa on Twitter has cried out for help over the symptoms he is exhibiting which he feel may be coronavirus symptoms.
T’Challa took to Twitter on Monday, March 23, to inform the public that he was having fever, chest pain, dry cough, and also experiencing difficulty in breathing.
Leakblat learnt that the student said he had called the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) several times but he was told the centre was interested in those with travel history.
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He tweeted: “I’ve called NCDC several times, they said they are interested in those that have travel history which I don’t… I was on campus when everything started… Please kindly forward it till it gets to the appropriate person… As I write this.. I write it pain (sic) … Save me please..”
I'm a student of UI, I left school on Friday when I started noticing different changes in my body ..
It all started with fever then, difficult breathing set in… Right now, I feel pain, have dry cough and chest pain… I can't lie down to sleep… @NCDCgov
— T'Challa ✝ (@t_challaa) March 23, 2020
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