Somali state minister khalif mumin tohow dies of corona virus in johwar
Somali state minister ,Khalif mumin Tohow died of corona virus a day after testing Positive in johwar.
The state minister is the second patient who died of corona virus after the first death was reported on Wednesday as a result of corona virus.
The state minister was a justice minister of Somalia's hershabelle state .
The vice president of hershabelle Ali Gudlawe Hussein confirmed his death .
Somalia registered its first death from corona virus on Wednesday days after which the state minister followed suit.
The somalia-British had a history of travel to the United kingdom in the month of February ,before jetting back into the country .
According to the ministry of health ,21 cases of corona virus had been reported and confirmed in the country .
Some of the country's government officials are also in the 21 cases who had tested positive of the virus. The state minister was a 58 year old as told by health minister fam ziyar abikar But in a tweet post .
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