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FG Moves To Deal With Hospitals Refusing To Treat Emergency Patients

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Minister of Women Affairs, Uju Kennedy-Ohanenye

The Tinubu-led administration has announced plans to pursue legal action against hospitals that fail to provide emergency treatment to patients across the country.

The Minister of Women Affairs, Uju Kennedy-Ohanenye, discussed the move during her speech at the “Unlock Grants Award” event in Abuja on Sunday.

This comes after the Federal Ministry of Health was instructed by the House of Representatives to address the issue of hospitals and healthcare facilities declining treatment to accident or gunshot victims without a police report.

In response, Kennedy-Ohanenye declared yesterday that the federal government hospitals will now be required to display signs outside their doors stating: ‘No more rejection of emergency patients’.

She said: “Our hospitals will also put a sign of ‘No more rejection of emergency patients.READ FULL STORY HERE>>>CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING>>> READ FULL STORY HERE>>>CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING>>>

“These are some of the major issues we have in this country. I am in touch with Maitama Hospital. But now, I have a mobile court for any hospital that does that.

“I use this opportunity to call on all Nigerians to be vigilant.

“Let me also say that I am proud of Nigerians. I love the way they are using social media to tackle issues. But focus and continue to tackle the main issues as you are doing. Keep it up. But this is the time for action.

“Let all of us buckle up to prevent emergency patients from being rejected. I am still going to keep calling on Nigerians. This fight is not for one person alone. It is for all of us.”

 

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Lady Narrates Horrible Ordeal: I Slept With Another Man To Get Money To Take My Husband To Hospital After His Family Abandoned Him

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A lady identified as joy revealed how she found herself sleeping with another man who had offered to help her pay her husband’s hospital bills after his family abandoned him.

She met her husband while working as a nanny. She fell pregnant with him and decided to move into his house where she delivered after the nine months journey.

After a few years of living together, her husband lost his job which made him fall into depression and indulged in drinking illicit brews. She tried to ask his friends to talk to him to change to no avail…Read Full story…>>>

 

After a few months, her husband started complaining of severe stomach pain. Since he had no money to go to the hospital for tests to be conducted, he used to buy painkillers from the counter. READ FULL STORY HERE>>>CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING>>>

Joy used to wash people’s clothes to cater to their needs. She requested a young man who was her client to give her money to be able to take her husband to the hospital and promised to work for him to deduct the money from her earnings.

Her husband was diagnosed with kidney failure. She informed his family but they did nothing about it they never visited him. She requested the guy to give her another sum of money for her husband’s treatment. This time round the guy told her that the money was a lot and what she had to do was to sleep with him to give her the money.

Joy had no choice but to agree since she had nowhere to go and borrow money since her husband was in pain and couldn’t watch him without offering him any help. She got the money and took her husband to start dialysis. Unfortunately, her husband died at night while in Hospital

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APC Suspends Several Party Chieftains In Abia

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The decision to sack the chieftains was communicated in a letter dated June 5, 2024, and addressed to the state APC chairman, Kingsley Ononogbu, following an expanded meeting of party stakeholders in Aba where the suspension was unanimously endorsed.

Some members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Aba North local government area of Abia State, have been suspended.

The suspended members were accused of gross misconduct, indiscipline, and impersonation.

The suspension notice was signed by stakeholders of the Aba North local government chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and has sparked controversy since it emerged on social media.

The decision to sack the chieftains was communicated in a letter dated June 5, 2024, and addressed to the state APC chairman, Kingsley Ononogbu, following an expanded meeting of party stakeholders in Aba where the suspension was unanimously endorsed.

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the state chairman, signed by the Abia North local government chairman of the party, Hon. Tony Anuforo, included the signed documents signed after the local government stakeholders meeting ratifying the suspended party chieftains.

Those suspended include Comrade Uche Moses (Eziama Ward 1), Mr. Uzoma Nwogu (Umuola Ward 8), and Mr. Uhiara Humphrey (Ward 4), amongst others.

As at the time of filling this report, the state chapter of the party is yet to make an official statement on the suspension of its chieftain by the Aba North party leadership.

No member of the suspended APC stakeholders in Aba North has made any official statement about their suspension from the party.

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President Tinubu Appoints New Leadership For PSC And Nigeria Police Trust Fund

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President Bola Tinubu

President Bola Tinubu has appointed DIG Hashimu Argungu (Rtd) as the Chairman of the Police Service Commission (PSC).

This was made known in a statement to newsmen on Monday evening.

The President has also approved the appointment of Chief Onyemuche Nnamani as Secretary and DIG Taiwo Lakanu (Rtd) as Member of the Commission.

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Other members of the Police Service Commission will be appointed in due course.

Furthermore, the President has approved the appointment of Mr. Mohammed Sheidu as the Executive Secretary of the Nigeria Police Trust Fund (NPTF) with immediate effect.

“The President expects absolute demonstration of integrity, diligence, and patriotic zeal in the discharge of these important functions for the overall wellbeing of the Nigeria Police and the nation,” the statement concludedREAD FULL STORY HERE>>>CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING>>>

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