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The coronavirus COVID-19 has spread to 205 countries around the world and killed thousands of people.

The is the list of Nigerians who died from the deadly Wuhan virus, COVID-19.

1. Suleiman Achimugu
A former managing director of the Petroleum Products Marketing Company (PPMC), Suleiman Achimugu, on March 23 became the first person to die of COVID-19 in Nigeria.

The 67-year-old UK returnee, who is a native of Kogi State, died at the Specialist Hospital, Gwagwalada, FCT.

2. Bassey Offiong

Bassey Offiong died of the coronavirus in the United States on March 28.

The 25-year-old was to graduate with a chemical engineering degree from Western Michigan University before his demise.

3. Alfa Sa’adu

A doctor of Nigerian origin resident in the United Kingdom, Alfa Sa’adu, died of the coronavirus on March 31.

Sa’adu, 68, who held the traditional title of the Galadima of Patigi in Kwara State, died of complications from the disease.

He was one of the most respected Nigerians in the UK’s National Health Service (NHS).

4. Kole Abayomi

Former Director-General of the Nigeria Law School, Dr Kole Abayomi, died in the United Kingdom (UK) on April 2 after contracting the virus.

Abayomi was called to bar in 1966 and admitted to the Inner Bar in 2005. He taught at the Nigerian Law School and rose to the position of Director-General in November 2004.

We are working on how to get the other names.

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