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What I Did Locally To Cure My Coronavirus – Gov Makinde


Mr Seyi Makinde, the Governor of Oyo State has disclosed what he did differently to get rid of the deadly coronavirus from his system after he announced to be tested positive of the virus last week.

Makinde stated that he gets cured and tested negative from COVID-19 when he used black seed oil with honey, carrots and vitamin C.

Governor gave this revelation in Ibadan during a telephone interview with an FM radio station.

Recall that last week he announced he was tested positive for the disease and went into isolation, but two days ago, he announced that he had become negative after series of tests.

Makinde explained how he made efforts to boost his immune system and used his time in isolation to regularly exercise on the treadmill.

Makinde said in boosting his immunity to fight coronavirus,  he consumed vitamin C, carrots and black seed oil mixed with honey.

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He words: “My very good friend and brother, Dr Muyideen Olatunji is the one in charge of the primary healthcare for Oyo State.

He came to me and said, look, I am going to send to you this black seed oil, it boosts immunity.

So, I mixed it with honey and took one teaspoon in the morning and one in the evening. “So, there are local solutions to boost immunity.

Our people should not fret. Just as I’ve been able to get the virus out of my system, so will it be for the majority of our people.

“I’ve lost a little bit of weight which I think is good. When you’re in isolation, the tendency is just to watch television and eat, I was eating amala.

But I was also using the treadmill. It has also been a period to reflect and look at the programmes, policies and the things we want to do for the people of Oyo state and also reflect on how the COVID-19 is going to affect us socially and economically.”




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