Hospitals Refused To Treat Channels TV Journalist Because He Had Gunshot Wound

Hospitals Refused To Treat Channels TV Journalist Because He Had Gunshot Wound

Precious Owolabi, the 23-year-old youth corps member serving in Channels TV who was killed in the cross fire between the Police and Shi’ites members in Abuja yesterday July 22nd, died after several hospitals he was rushed to allegedly rejected him.

A colleague of the deceased, Chamberlain Usoh hinted on this while speaking on Channels TV live this morning.

Loading...

Speaking, Chamberlain said

”Given what transpired, there are many ifs and buts because following the accounts of how he eventually lost his life, when he was shot and the stray bullet hit him, they had been taken him to several hospitals and it is one of the issues that we raise consistently on this programme, how that needs to become history in this country where when people are taken to the hospital, the hospitals for one reason or the other, you find out that for one reason or the other, treatments cannot be adminsitered on accident victims because in many cases, it is no fault of theirs.

ADVERTISE YOUR PRODUCTS, SERVICES, BLOGS OR SOCIAL MEDIA PAGES at an affordable fee – Email at [email protected] for enquiries

Advertise your services here.

Loading...

ADS: Follow Duchess Aviation for private jet charter services on Instagram or visit www.duchessaviation.com for more info

Stories You Will Love To Read  BBNaija’s Mercy spotted sipping a glass of Champagne as she leaves Dubai, see video

ADS: Get your customised e-cards for birthday wishes, Xmas/New Year, romantic messages and ad banners for N500 only. Click here to see photos.

ADS: Skyrocket your website on Google Search with 150 DoFollow Blog Comments Backlinks for N3500 only. Click to chat.

ADS: Get a beautiful blog or website from N35,000. Click here for details and see our previous works.

We do know that we have taken the Former Minister of Health on this issue and he said that the hospitals have got to treat these people. The National Assembly also waded in on this particular scenario. It turns out that it is not yet been fully implemented”.
Visit the Source for the original story, images or videos

Share to your friends

Leave a Reply