A daughter of President Muhammadu Buhari, has completed the recommended 14 days isolation, and reunited with her family.
She went into isolation after returning from the United Kingdom, UK.
The wife of the President, Mrs. Aisha Buhari, had on March 19, said that her daughter, who recently returned from the United Kingdom, was in self-isolation, amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Mrs. Buhari, in a series of tweets, revealed that her daughter had acted based on the advice of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, NCDC, and the Presidential Task Force on Covid-19.
A statement by her Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Aliyu Abdullahi, on Thursday, however, noted that the President’s daughter has rejoined her family in good health.
It reads: “I am happy to inform you that the young lady in question, Mr. President’s daughter, has successfully completed her isolation period of 14 days, and she is normal, very healthy and well.
“She had since this afternoon, rejoined her family; the mother, her Excellency, First Lady, Dr. Aisha Buhari, personally received her.
“The lesson here for Nigerians and other parents to learn, is that this is a child with all the privileges one can ever think of having in the country, but the parents and the daughter insisted on following the NCDC protocol.”