Just in: Benue controversial index Covid-19 case, Susan Idoko freed at last after almost 2 months

After almost two months in isolation, Susan Idoko Okpe, the Benue state COVID-19 index case has been finally set free.

A news flash from Sahara Reporters Wednesday night, said: “Susan Idoko-Okpe British Nigerian woman framed in COVID-19 has been released from Abuja isolation center after 54 days of unjust quarantine.”

From the first day Susan was declared positive for corovirus, she has faulted the claims, insisting that she does not have the disease.

Following the loggerheads she had with the Benue state government, she was later moved from the isolation Centre in Benue to the one in Abuja.

In series of posts her children shared yesterday, they called on the Federal Government and the Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC), to release their mum, saying that she had stayed for 57 days in isolation with no symptoms or treatment.

Her children also took to social media to confirm her release

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