Rumour!! National Assembly speaker Cavayé Yeguié Djibril tested positive for coronavirus

News circulating on social media has it that Cameroon’s National Assembly speaker Cavayé Yeguié Djibril tested positive for coronavirus at the Yaounde General hospital

Cavaye Yeguie Djibril arrived Cameroon from Europe hit by coronavirus on the 15th of March 2020. Following orders from the minister of public health, he was supposed to be quarantined for a period of 14days. Rather, he went straight to the national assembly where he exchanged with mixed with other members of parliament and was even reelected president.

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We cannot as of now confirm the rumour that he tested positive for Covid-19 though most social media accounts and pages have been reporting so.

Public health minister Manaouda Malachie has however cautioned Cameroonians not to deviate from the main focus. Talking to the national television Crtv, he said “I do not want to indulge in unnecessary polemics, let’s not derail from our objective,

Most Cameroonians are worried about what really happens if he truly tests positive? how many Cameroonians will be infected only because of disobedience?

Solomon Ateh Pemamboh wrote ” I can’t authenticate the information in circulation on social media insinuating the president of the national assembly has been tested positive of Covid 19. In case it is, unfortunately, true, no one should rejoice over it as I have seen some Ambazonian activists started doing.

Coronavirus is not something you could wish even your worst enemy, you don’t know who he has touched and you don’t also know who the person he touched has also been in touch with and the chain continues. You that will start jubilation saying God is answering your prayers can only be a fool, because only that case can cause your mother to have it as well. None is safe in this thing




Rumour!! National Assembly speaker Cavayé Yeguié Djibril tested positive for coronavirus