WRONG INJECTION KILLS FIRST CLASS GRADUATE IN NYSC CAMP.. 

The family of this beautiful lady are yet to come over the sad news of the death of their daughter, who passed on just few days on visiting the orientation camp in kano on the 28th of November, 2016

Ifedolapo Oladepo, a Transport Management graduate of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology reportedly fell sick and died at the camp. According to Facebook post, ‘the girl died in Kano camp, due to negligence. They they felt she was pretending to be sick in order to dodge parade, so they refused to treat her until the situation got worse. However, Ojo Itunuoluwa, a friend of the deceased had this to say,. 

“She left Osogbo on Thursday and I tracked her till she reached Kano andheaded for the camp. On Sunday, she told me that she was stressed out due to the journey and I warned her to find time to rest.“The following morning (Friday), she told me she had entered camp. On Monday, I tried her number to know what’s happening on camp and for her to share me more pictures but the she was not available. I began to grow suspicious when it continued for a long time and later on, another friend called me to tell me she was dead,” she narrated.

Itunuoluwa who said Ifedolapo neither showed any sign of illness nor had any peculiar ailment before leaving Osogbo said that apart from being stressed from journey, her friend was given a wrong injection which led to her death.“We learnt that when my friend fell sick, she was taken to the camp clinic and immediately they started giving her injection.“After this, she started developing rashes and in few hours’ time, she died. I believe it’s not only stress that killed my friend, their negligence also did.”

What a loss? May her gentle soul rest in peace. 

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