Students, doctors from LUTH protest killing of house officer

Students, doctors from LUTH protest killing of house officer

Students and doctors from Lagos State University Teaching Hospital on Friday afternoon, April 5, protested the killing of Stephen Urueye.

It was gathered that Stephen was a LUTH graduate and house officer who was stabbed to death on the night of Thursday, April 4.

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On Wednesday, April 3, Stephen had participated in the graduation ceremony of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) before falling a victim to armed robbers who stabbed him on Idi-Araba road.

Efforts to revive him at LUTH where he was rushed to were in vain as he later died.

One of the many protesters said they need the police force to intervene, saying doctors are saving lives and their lives also need to be saved.

He said: "We want the Police to do something about it, we are doctors, saving lives. It can be that our own lives are not safe." had earlier reported that a Nigerian trained medical doctor lost his life after he was reportedly robbed and stabbed just a day after graduation from the University of Lagos.

Sharing the sad news of the death of Urueye on social media, a Facebook user who goes by the name Adeyeye Olorunfemi, made it known that the incident took place in front of the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) in the Idi-Araba area of Lagos.

According to him, the young man was attacked by robbers and sustained multiple stab wounds which eventually led to his death.

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Olorunfemi while lamenting the deceased, revealed that it was not the first time robbery incidents like that would occur in the area.

He said students of the College of Medicine Idi-Araba campus, have always complained about incessant robbery attacks but the management has not done anything to address the situation ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

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