Former Vice-President Atiku said it was not true that his son, who tested positive for coronavirus, attended Juma’at prayers.
Atiku, in a statement by his media adviser, Mr Paul Ibe, also said his grandson, tested negative for coronavirus while his son’s wife’s result was being awaited. He added that the two persons were in self- isolation.
He explained that the clinical case (Atiku’s son) returned to Nigeria on March 17, via Switzerland from some business engagements in France and Switzerland.
Atiku also said his son attended a private meeting of six persons same day in Lagos, stayed in his private house for the night and took an Aero 5.20pm flight to Abuja on March 18.
He stated that his son did not travel with his family or any other person, but travelled alone by Emirates Airline.