UNICAL Student Loses Life At School Clinic Due To Negligence Of Nurses (Photo)
A UNICAL student has lost her life at the school clinic due to negligence of nurses, Brainnews can confirm.
The deceased student, Precious Mhenuter according to her friends said she died after complaining of abdominal pains believe to be appendix.
Some of her friends took to social media platform, Facebook to react to her death;
Rose Butum wrote; “My roomie for life I can’t believe u are no more mother😥😥😭😭 Rip pPrecious Mhenuteruter u will for ever remain in our hrt mother, may the good lord receive ur soul.”
Trix Se Sügh wrote; “RIP….
Precious Mhenuter Human beings are Indeed Stone hearted😥😔
All because of Medical Card
She died of abdominal pains.
Early hours of today.”
Miriam Terkula wrote; “Vanity upon vanity,hard to believe but who am l to question God.
Rest in peace
Only if they know the value of human they wouldn’t have watched you die because of two hundred naire medical card
Continue to rest in perfect peace of the Lord till we meet to part no more dear Precious Mhenuter😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭”
Emilly Joycee wrote; “😭😭😭😭😭so sad to type
So sad to post
U promise to signed me out on Monday
Dis z not what u told me PreciPrecious Mhenuterute what is all dis nah
God 🙏 I can’t believe my ears baby precious so hard to say Rip
Deep down my hrt I am speechless 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭God knows best.”
According to a report by Calabar Blog, it reads;
“A malabress lost her life at university of Calabar Medical centre after being rushed there by friends by 6am,this morning.
She was brought in with complaints of purging and vomiting with a scan result of appendicitis
It is alleged that she was not attended to on time for lacking a medical card worth N200, the hospital personnel however disputed this, saying she was attended to within the first 30minutes of arrival.
Students and wellwishers stormed the clinic this morning and have since besieged the clinic till the time of making this publication.
Security personnel are protecting the entrance as the Vice Chancellor holds a meeting with the hospital directors, SUG president and others involved.”