In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 01st, July, 2020

Stress In Osun, As Deceased’s Brother Destroys Hospital Gear (Photographs)

Tension In Osun, As Deceased's Brother Destroys Hospital Equipment (Photos)

Mutui Olawuyi

Picture credit score: Day by day Publish

In keeping with Day by day Publish, there was pandemonium on the Muslim Hospital, Ede, Osun State, over the weekend, when a suspected COVID-19 affected person, Mutiu Olawuyi, who is alleged to be working with the Osun State Ministry of Well being died within the hospital.

His youthful brother, Ayo Olawuyi, reportedly disagreed with the hospital administration on the necessity to conduct post-mortem on the corpse to establish his COVID-19 standing.

A supply on the hospital revealed that the deceased died shortly after he was admitted into the hospital, through which the Director of the Hospital, Dr Moshood Akanbi, insisted on conducting post-mortem on the corpse.

In keeping with Akanbi; “Mr Mutiu Olawuyi was rushed to the emergency unit of our hospital by his brother, Ayo, round 9:19 pm on Friday.

“Medical personnel on responsibility swiftly attended to the affected person as a result of he was in a important situation. He was placed on oxygen as a method of stabilization.

“Nevertheless, regardless of a number of efforts of the medical doctors and different well being practitioners, the affected person succumbed to demise inside ten minutes of his admission.

“The deceased brother, then began terrorizing and assaulting the employees in addition to different sufferers on admission.

“He destroyed some hospital tools and the Camry automobile of his late brother”.

Dr Moshood additional acknowledged that he contacted B Division of the Nigeria Police Drive situated in Ede, and Police got here instantly, including that Ayo continued along with his violent response regardless of the presence of the legislation enforcement brokers.

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The Medical personnel continued, ”He forcefully took the physique out, within the presence of the B Division DPO and the Chairman of Ede South LGA.”

When contacted, the Police Public Relations Officer within the state, Yemisi Opalola confirmed the incident, as she added that Ayo has not been arrested.

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