Out of the 36 cases, 33 are active cases while 2 has been discharged on account of testing negative while 1 death has been recorded.
Bashir Ahmed, the president's media aide, also reposted the version of the clip which appeared to have been edited.
He said his son has been moved to the hospital for treatment, pleading Nigerians to remember him in prayers.
This is coming a day after three cases were confirmed on Saturday in the Federal Capital Territory.
The lawyer said the government should not wait for the worst to happen before taking necessary actions.
Out of the four new cases recorded on Sunday, Lagos State has three cases while Oyo State has one case.
This is coming as one of the measures taken by the government to checkmate the spread of Coronavirus disease in the country.
With the development, the country has now recorded the total of 22 cases while 2 has tested negative and discharged.
The quietude from the Presidential Villa in the midst of potentially one of the world’s worst pandemics has been so disturbing that citizens have been literally pleading to hear from the man who claims to be their president.
On its part, the federal government banned public officials from travelling to high-risk countries.