The governor disclosed this on his Twitter account today noting that he’ll remain in self-isolation regardless of the result.
“My rapid diagnotic test for #Coronavirus ( #COVIDー19 ) came back negative. However, while still asymptomatic, I have decided to remain in self-isolation and continue working from my private office at home pending the result of the more conclusive PCR test,” he posted.
The governor took the test after Bauchi State governor, Bala Mohammed tested positive. The two had been together during a recent National Economic Council (NEC) meeting in Abuja.