- Comedian Seyi Law has lost his aunt following an accident
- The father of two revealed that she lost her life because the general hospital in her area in Ondo state lacked the right equipment
- The comedian has now called on Ondo state governor to do the right thing
Comedian Seyi Law has called the attention of Ondo state governor, Rotimi Akeredolu, to the condition of the general hospital at the Igbokoda area of the state.
According to the comedian, he lost his mum's younger sister who fractured her leg in an accident.
The father of one, who is hurt by the situation, said that his aunt could not be treated because the hospital lacked the right equipment. Sadly, she lost her life.
He called on the government to do the right thing, noting that he is not fighting with them but stating the obvious truth.
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"Your Excellency Barrister Rotimi Akeredolu, this is not a fight with you, it is just stating the truth. This morning, my mum's younger sister had an accident and they did not have the right equipment to treat her and in just a few minutes she's being pronounced dead just because she fractured her leg. Please let's do the right thing," he said.
Watch him speak below:
The comedian also shared a photo and video of the road condition of Igbokoda. He lamented the neglect of the Ilaje people, noting that he would love to see that things are made better.
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that a man said the police made him lose his mum due to N20k bribe.
The man identified on Twitter as peterugavah said he was rushing his hypertensive mother to the hospital and was pulled over by the police. According to him, the police officers insisted on taking N20,000 cash bribe before he is allowed to go.
He, then, asked Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers state if people are not allowed to take their loved ones who need medical care to the hospital, adding that are people supposed to sit at home and die?
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