Media mogul, Raymond Dokpesi, has demanded explanations from medical experts on what type of disease coronavirus really is.
There have been debates across the world over the similarities of the illness to malaria.
This has led to warnings against the use of a malaria drug Chloroquine by health officials and bodies.
On Thursday, the National Agency for Food, Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) restated its warning about the medication.
Prof. Mojisola Adeyeye, NAFDAC Director General, said: “Nobody should buy chloroquine and use. If you have COVID-19, go to a doctor. We have warned Nigerians, do not take chloroquine”.
But after he was discharged, Dokpesi, the founder of DAAR Communications, owners of African Independent Television (AIT) and RayPower FM, declared that he was confused.
He said: “I still have doubts in my mind and I need to be educated. What’s the difference between COVID-19 and malaria? Every drug we were given were malaria medications.
“A number of persons who tested positive were checked in reputable labs, hospitals in Abuja and were found to have malaria parasites in their blood streams. When did malaria become synonymous with COVID-19?