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COVID-19: How I used the local drug to cure Coronavirus – Seyi Makinde

Oyo State Governor, Seyi Makinde, on Monday, April 6, has revealed that the local oil used to boost his immunity and kill the Covid-19, otherwise known as Coronavirus pandemic.

He said there are local solutions to boost immunity, urged people not to fret about the Coronavirus.

The governor also revealed the types of food and supplements that he consumed to boost his immunity against Coronavirus while in isolation.

Newsflash247 reports that Makinde had last week, tested positive for Coronavirus.

Makinde on Sunday announced the result of his second test which came out negative. But, many people have been wondering how a test conducted about a week ago which was positive, later came out to be negative few days after.

Makinde, who spoke during a live phone in radio program on Fresh FM Ibadan, which was monitored by Newsflash247 reporters, noted that the blackseed oil given to him by the Executive Secretary, Oyo State Primary Healthcare Board, Dr. Muideeen Olatunji, which he mixed with honey, helped him to boost his immunity and kill the Coronavirus.

Makinde said, “My very good friend and brother, Dr Muyideen Olatunji, he is the one in charge of the Primary Healthcare for Oyo State. He came to me and said, look, I am going to send to you this blackseed oil, it boosts immunity, so I mixed it with honey and took one teaspoon in the morning and one in the evening. So, there are local solutions to boost immunity.

“So, our people should not fret. They shouldn’t fret. Just as I have been able to get the virus out of my system, so will it be for majority of our people.”

He declared that he is currently free of Coronavirus.

“Well, I am okay. Just as I posted on my social media handles yesterday night, I can confirm that I have taken two COVID-19 tests. On Thursday, April the 2nd they took a test. They took a sample which was sent to the first lab at Ede where the first sample was taken to, the one that tested positive. So, that came back negative and then, from our own diagnostic centre here, at the virology laboratory in the University of Ibadan, they took another sample yesterday, morning, April 5th and by late yesterday night, the result returned negative.

“So, I am feeling okay. I am eager to jump out now and start getting around again getting the work that Oyo State people gave to me, to get the work done. That is correct. I am completely free of the virus, so I should be jumping around shortly”.

Makinde while speaking further, said, “I don’t think I am in a position to advise COVID-19 patients, as such. That is for the health practitioners to do and you know every case is different. COVID-19 affects each person in a different way.

“I’ve been watching a lot on TV while in isolation; the same virus will get into somebody and that individual, just like me, may show no symptoms, they may not even know that they have the virus and the same virus will get into someone else and that fellow will get really dog sick to the extent that they will need a ventilator. And everything in between, you know, from not being symptomatic up to being extremely sick and everything in between. So, the way it affects people is kind of different.

“But my prayer is that whoever has the virus, I pray that they get through this period with minimal damage to their health.

“I mean, I was asymptomatic throughout. So, without the test, I would not even have known that I had COVID-19. So, this is the more reason we are advising social distancing at this time, as there may be people with the virus who are also not showing any symptoms.

“It’s also the reason we pushed for a testing centre in Ibadan so we can test more people who may have come in contact with COVID-19 cases.

And my aspiration, which I already discussed with the Task Force team, and the EOC [Emergency Operations Centre], is that we must set a target to test close to 10,000 people in Oyo State”.

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Victor Akande

Victor Akande, a blogger by profession for the past 7 years. He studied Mathematics at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka Contact: +2348053316946 Twitter: @Newsflash2471

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