An Instablog9ja publication has revealed the family of a 17-year-old student of Enugu State University of Technology, Omenogor Ifeoma is demanding justice after she allegedly died of a drug overdose at the hands of medical practitioners.
The family claim the deceased Ifeoma was suffering from sickle cell anaemia and died on Wednesday morning, May 18 after the unprofessionalism of the doctors at the health facility where she was admitted.
According to a sister of the deceased, “We got to know about her genotype just last year. So on May 15, 2022, she had a major crises and was taken to Light of grace hospital in Zaki-biam. Since she’s a sickler she has this particular injection they administer to her.
On May 17, 2022, she was given that particular injection by 4 am and the same person came to give her the same injection by 8 am.
The injection is supposed to be administered to her every six hours.
After the injection, she slept and her breathing wasn’t normal again. So she was placed on oxygen.
When she was on oxygen they used a generator but when they brought the light, they put off the generator and they took the light again. They had to turn on the generator again.
She died at 4 am on Wednesday and since then nothing has been done. Not even an arrest has been made. My sister died in pain. We want justice.”