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“Don’t let me die. I need oxygen” – COVID-19 patient screamed till he died at an isolation centre in Nigeria.

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A heartbreaking video shot in an isolation centre within Nigeria has surfaced online. It has a COVID-19 patient pleading for oxygen while telling medical personnels not to let him die.

The video is said to have been shot in Ogun State – Nigeria.

The guy who is believed to be 25 years old was really struggling to catch the slightest breath.

He later passed away, according to a report gathered and shared by Nigerian blogger Tunde Ednut.

COVID-19 has become a major blow to many African countries. As it stands now, Nigeria has recorded over 2000 cases and is still counting.

We hope and pray the world becomes free from this deadly disease soon.

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Sanwo-olu says those responsible for Lekki shootings would be held accountable.

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Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos state has said that those behind the shootings of protesters at the Lekki toll plaza on Tuesday, October 22, would be brought to book.

Legit.ng reports that the governor made this known in a statement by his chief press secretary, Gboyega Akosile, on the evening of Monday, October 26. The statement quoted the governor as speaking during an interview session on CNN, adding that the federal government and Lagos state government would ensure that anyone found culpable in the shooting would be held accountable for their actions.Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos fielding questions from CNN reporter on Lekki shootings.

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.“We will be committed to a full investigation of what happened and people would be held accountable. They certainly would be held accountable. We would do everything possible to ensure that they are held accountable.

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