- A Nigerian law school student identified as Seyi Fatoba has reportedly passed on after being wrongfully treated of malaria
- A Facebook user in the name of Oluwatosin Sammy Ayodele shared her photo and revealed that the young lady was treated for two weeks before she died
- The deceased is said to be a graduate of Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti
Reports reaching Legit.ng claim that a young lady identified as Seyi Fatoba has passed on after being wrongfully treated of malaria for two weeks.
A Facebook user identified as Oluwatosin Sammy Ayodele shared the photo of the deceased and revealed that she was a student at Nigerian Law School, Abuja chapter and fell ill. Late Seyi was admitted to the hospital where she was wrongfully treated of malaria for two weeks.
During the course of the treatment she reportedly complained of swollen feet and excruciating pain but the doctors still kept on treating her for malaria until she finally gave up the ghost.
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The young lady was said to be a law graduate of Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti and was making her way to becoming a barrister of the law but had her life cut short.
May her soul rest in peace.
Meanwhile, a Nigerian man has made certain revelations that is both disturbing and intriguing in light of the recent controversy occasioned by some SARS officers who shot a Nigerian man named Kolade Johnson to death.
The agitated man who was with the Johnson before his death made it clear that the hospital he was taken to following his shooting were negligent in their duties.
The man said when they took the injured Kolade to the said hospital, there was only one nurse in attendance and no doctors whatsoever. Allegedly, this only attendant did not bother to do a thorough check of the patient.
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