No COVID-19 Passenger Arrived Kano Airport from Lagos on Air Peace– CDD.

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> The Center for Democracy and Development (CDD) has urged Nigerians to disregard the trending shirt video on social media that claimed the Kano bound aircraft (Air Peace) had a passenger suspected to be carrying coronavirus (COVID-19).
> The CDD ssid its high tech fact check methodology has proved to be untrue decried attitude of the promoter to cause confusion.
> In a statement made available to AgubaSun , the CDD stated that the video contention showed that, on arrival, the flight crew refused passengers’ disembarkment , while the landed aircraft remained locked, a background voice speaking in Hausa suggested that the aircraft be made to go back to Lagos to prevent the spread of the virus in Kano.
> The statement further stated that a caption to the video on Twitter read: “Breaking News!This morning in Kano, @flyairpeace from Lagos landed at Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport with a suspected #COVID19 infected person on board. The Captain refuses to open the Door after landing in Kano #TakeResponsibility #Covid19Out #LockDownNigeriaNow."
> However, the centre in explained that her fact-checkers reviewed the claim to know its authenticity.
> "Eyewitnesses at the Airport explained that the 17 year old passenger (a first timer on a plane) on Air Peace from Lagos to Kano developed Motion Sickness (while on board) and vomitted shortly after take-off. He was attended to to by a medical crew on the aircraft.
> "On landing at the Malam Aminu Kano International Airport in Kano, the captain of the plane drew the attention of the team of medical personnel at the airport who then examined the passenger and revealed that he has no symptoms of COVID-19.
> " Our fact-checkers investigation further revealed that the video in question was shot before the medical personnel arrived and the person that shot the video interpreted that the aircraft was kept locked for fear of the coronavirus patient.
> " Contrary to the report, passengers disembarked peacefully and went to their various destinations" The statement said.
> While calling on the citizenry to disregard the said video , added that the further verification found the claim to be false even though claim received a high social media patronage and many people were misled into believing the viral video.

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