Peju's death: Premier hospital clashes with FCCPC panel as doctors stay away from hearing - Daily Post Nigeria
Doctors from Premier Specialist Medical Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos, on Tuesday stayed away from the public inquiry set up to investigate the death of
one Mrs Peju Ugboma who died due to alleged negligence at the hospital.amount to the Court’s account before hearing.Hafsat Abdulhamid The number of people who have lost their lives to the recent cholera outbreak in Bauchi State has risen to 37.John Owen Nwachukwu Apostle Johnson Suleman of the Omega Fire Ministries, has spoken on the death of Prophet T.
Recall that the family of Peju Ugboma, a Lagos State-based chef, had accused Premier Specialist Medical Centre, Victoria Island, of negligence after Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, Ikeja, carried out an independent autopsy and revealed that she suffered internal bleeding.It was learnt that she had about two litres of blood in her abdomen and pelvic area after an elective surgery for a fibroid issue.Nami noted that the development was contained in a recent Practice Direction issued by the Chief Judge of the Federal High Court, Abuja, Hon.The family stated that she walked into the hospital by herself unaided as it was by no means an emergency surgical procedure, adding that she had concluded all the necessary tests required before the surgery, including ECG, PCV, and COVID-19 tests.Meanwhile, the Bauchi State Primary Healthcare Development Agency (BSPHDA) has said that the deadly disease has now spread to six more local government areas from the initial nine, making it 15 local government areas of the State.It said Peju had complained of abdominal pain after the surgery, and despite advice from a UK gynecologist that she might be bleeding internally, doctors at Premier reportedly refused to take any actions to that effect and did little as her condition deteriorated between Friday and Sunday afternoon when she eventually died.He also revealed that the new directive took effect from May 31 2021.However at the inquiry organized by the Federal Competition and Protection Commission (FCCPC) when Dr.According to him, people saying all sorts of things about the man of God even after his death are devilish and evil people.
Osinomo Omolole, from Premier Hospital, was called upon, a lawyer, Abimbola Akeredolu (SAN), showed up to say he was absent..Other affected LGAs, according to BSPHDA, are Jama’are; Kirfi; Misau, Ningi; Shira; Tafawa Balewa; Toro; Warji and Zaki.She said the Doctor had traveled abroad, noting that he had requested to appear virtually but his request was turned down.Akeredolu also stated that other doctors of Premier hospital were initially present at the public hearing, but they received a message from the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria (MDCN) and Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) that they should leave the sitting, otherwise they would lose their licences.Reacting, Babatunde Irukera, the Executive Vice Chairman and CEO of the FCCPC, vowed that if the Doctor refused to appear at the inquiry, the commission would stretch to any length in ensuring that justice is done.While Misau LGA recorded 44 cases and four deaths, Tafawa Balewa LGA recorded 41 cases with four deaths also.Related Topics:.“I haven’t said anything about the death of the man of God because I’m still in shock.
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