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Monday, April 26, 2021

How accountant shot by robbers died after allegedly being rejected by Lagos hospitals

An accountant who was shot by robbers in Lagos died after allegedly being rejected by hospitals.
 

Odiri Onosigho, 32, was waiting at the First Gate bus stop, Festac, in the Amuwo Odofin Local Government Area of Lagos State, on April 15, when he was shot by robbers trying to collect his phone. (Read More Here).
 
His sister, who spoke to Punch, narrated how he died after Lagos hospitals allegedly rejected him due to a lack of police report.
 
On the fateful day, Odiri and his friend, Michelle, were at the bus stop around 6am, waiting to board a bus to work.
 
While waiting, robbers appeared suddenly and shot Odiri in the chest while dispossessing him of his phone.
 
Passers-by and commuters ran to safety and when Michelle returned to search for Odiri, she found him lying on the ground in a pool of his own blood.
 
Odiri’s elder sister, Atarhe, told Punch that efforts to resuscitate him proved abortive as the hospitals that Michelle and some good Samaritans rushed him to for treatment allegedly rejected him because of the absence of a police report.
 
The Delta State indigene stated, "I was preparing to go to work when I got a call from my sister, Sarah, who said Odiri was dead. I asked how and she said I should start coming to Festac, because that is where our father’s house is located.
 
"So, my husband and I drove down to the Festac Police Station, where I saw Odiri’s corpse. When I asked what happened, I was told that he was on his way to work and unfortunately, he was at the First Gate bus stop with his colleague, Michelle, when an armed robber shot him in the chest, while dispossessing him of his phone.
 
"Everyone ran to find cover and after everything had settled, Michelle looked for my brother and found him bleeding on the ground, but he was still alive.
 
"She started calling for help but nobody helped until she saw a group of Igbo guys speaking in her local dialect and as they saw her crying, they offered to help. They put my brother in a tricycle and rushed him to the Mother and Child Hospital, opposite First Gate."

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