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‘I lost her’ – Man in pain narrates how he lost his little daughter because of doctors on strike

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A Twitter user identified as @radicalyouthman has taken to the platform to narrate how he lost his daughter due to the nation wide strike embarked by Nigerian doctors.

On 1st April, the heartbroken man tweeted that he took his daughter to be admitted to the hospital after she fell sick, but was told doctors are on strike.

He then took his daughter to a nearby custom hospital were she was admitted but at a very high cost.

Unfortunately, he announced that he lost his daughter yesterday, April 3rd.

He tweeted;

“Yesterday, I was at the hospital. My little daughter needed a blood transfusion, I went to the nearest Government hospital only to be told Doctors are on strike. Consequently, I went to a nearby custom hospital and got her admitted. At a heavy cost. My March salary is gone.

It’s like in Nigeria, the only hospitals that work are those attached to the military and paramilitary institutions. In all this, the President is in London, getting the best Medicare at the expense of taxpayers. May God not give us such leaders like Muhammadu Buhari ever!!”

He tweeted again on the 3rd of April

Update.

I lost her.
She was the sun that shone through my darkness.

Now, everywhere is just a void.

God Gives, God taketh.

Amen.

But a big part of me is gone.

 
 
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