‘Lagos Govt Directed Us Not To Release Bodies Of #EndSARS Protesters’ – Mainland Hospital

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The management of Mainland Hospital in Lagos says it got an order from the state Ministry of Health not to release the bodies of people who died during the #EndSARS protests.

This is coming days after the Chief Coroner of Lagos State, Mrs. Mojisola Dada in a public declaration, coordinated family members of individuals, who lost their lives between October nineteenth and 27 to visit the Lagos State Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) to recognize and guarantee assortments of their friends and family.

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The public notification peruses, “This is to advise the General Public that the Chief Coroner of Lagos State, Hon Justice M. A. Dada (Mrs.) according to Section 15, Coroner’s System Law of Lagos State, 2015 the Pathology Team would need every one of the individuals who have lost friends and family between 19th — 27th October 2020 (that is, the closest relative of the people in question) to give applicable data that would help the recognizable proof exercise.

“The closest relative should benevolently contact the Department of Pathology and Forensic Medicine, Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), Oba Akinjobi Way, Ikeja for the recognizable proof exercise of the Deceased.”

You’ll review that the #EndSARS protests began on Sunday, October 4, and went on for over about fourteen days, as youthful Nigerians the nation over obstructed roadways and downtown areas to protest against police brutality and awful administration.

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However, on the night of Tuesday, October 20, a few fighters in an offer to uphold the time limit forced by Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu attacked Lekki tollbooth protest ground and shot at tranquil protesters.

Be that as it may, following the mandate by the Chief Coroner of Lagos State, the management of Mainland Hospital said it’s been coordinated not to deliver collections of the individuals who passed on during the protests.

As per Punch, the Medical Director of the clinic, Dr. Abimbola Bowale, stated, “It is just the official (of health) or even Mr. Lead representative that can deliver the body to you, Sir. In this way, you should get in touch with him.”

A front work area staff of the medical clinic additionally unveiled to the paper that the clinic’s deniers (mortuary specialists) have been told to deliver assemblages of just the individuals who passed on when #EndSARS protests.

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