- Currently circulating on social media is a story of a lady who recently lost her mother
- According to the gist, the woman was said to have returned from the UK and possessed symptoms of coronavirus
- The report has it that she was kept in isolation at ESUTH Collery Parklane where her results came out negative
- The woman who was 70, died and her daughter has accused the hospital of negligence
A letter written to the governor of Enugu state, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, by a yet-to-be-identified lady, has since gone viral on the internet. In the letter, the lady is accusing Enugu State University Teaching Hospital for negligence which led to the death of her mother.
In the letter, she stated that her mother had returned from the United Kingdom and due to the fact she possessed symptoms of coronavirus, she was taken to the hospital where she was immediately put in isolation while tests were carried out.
The aggrieved daughter stated that her mother was treated poorly at the isolation center which she described as an abandoned section of the hospital. According to her, even though the test turned out negative, her mother who was 70 died.
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Due to the fact that the coronavirus obviously wasn't the reason for her mother's death, she believes the mother died as a result of the poor treatment she received from the medical personnel.
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A Facebook user, Levi Odogwubueze, tagged the story a mischievous allegation by the lady who is set on undermining the efforts of the medical personnel who worked tirelessly to treat her mother.
Odogwubueze also accused her of using fake photos to back up her lies.
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Following the news, Nigerians have taken to social media to react to the closure of orientation camps across the country. As it is common with many Nigerian social media users, the news was turned into funny memes on Twitter.
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