By Usman Aliyu
The Nigeria News Agency (NAN) reports that the tests, conducted by officials from the National Center for Disease Control (NCDC), were aimed at determining the COVID-9 status of all athletes and officials attending the sports party.
While Dr Biodun Ogunniyi, an NCDC official, declined to comment, an athlete from Bauchi State told NAN that the athletes underwent another round of tests at the Games Village, even if they did. made one before leaving their state.
“This is the second time that we are doing the test. We did one before we left our state and we are subject to another here. Without that we will not be allowed for the matches, ”he said.
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