Benue state coronavirus index case, Susan Okpe-Idoko has been released from isolation, even as she stated that authorities of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control said she was still coronavirus positive.
She said the result given to her on Wednesday showed that she’s still positive but that NCDC asked her to leave the isolation centre where she has been kept by the authorities for 60 under a controversial condition.
While in Isolation, she has been making videos, claiming she was not coronavirus positive and that the Benue state government deliberately detained her for yet to be explained motive.
But the Benue state government has severally denied her allegations, saying she sneaked into the country while positive with the virus and refused to corporate and abide with quarantine rules.
“Hello family and friends as you can see I’m on my way out of the hospital. I have just been given my test that I am still positive but I can go that I have met the WHO requirement.
“I just did this live video to say I am working out of my detention and forceful incarceration. That is what is happening right now. Thank you all for your support.
“For security reason, I won’t give details of where I am going right now, but I am out of here. I will be live tomorrow to tell you further on what has happened to me. Right now I am out of my detention centre,” she stated through a video.