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AIT founder Raymond Dokpesi, two grandchildren discharged from isolation centre


Founder of Daar Communications Plc Raymond Dokpesi has been discharged from University of Abuja Teaching Hospital, Gwagwalada Isolation Centre, Abuja.

“I am exceptionally indebted to God Almighty for keeping and protecting me and my entire family all through our isolation at the University of Abuja Teaching Hospital, Gwagwalada Isolation Centre,” Dokpesi said in a letter of appreciation on Thursday.

Dokpesi was discharged with two of his grandchildren.


According to him, the past two weeks at the treatment centre provided him with a first-hand experience of the enormous challenge before Nigeria as a country.

“We are better acquainted with the personal sacrifices many Nigerians are making to ensure that we collectively defeat this pandemic,” Dokpesi said.

“This cuts across the policymakers, the care providers and even the cleaners whose job puts them at constant risk of exposure.”


Dokpesi, his daughter-in-law, and six members of his family were confirmed coronavirus positive two weeks ago.

Their test came three days after his son and Chairman of the board of the company, Raymond Dokpesi Jnr, also tested positive to the virus

Dokpesi said the final recovery test result of other family members are being expected.

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