Sunday, March 16, 2014

Immigration Recruitment: Pregnant Woman, Three Others Die In Port Harcourt

According to Premium Times, hospital authorities at the Rivers government-owned Braithwaite Memorial Hospital in Port Harcourt have confirmed that four candidates died during a stampede at the Nigeria Immigration Service recruitment which took place at the Liberation Stadium this morning.

A source at the hospital said, 12 people were brought in, but a pregnant woman and three others were confirmed dead and another four are still unconscious, while the other remaining four have been discharged. According to NAN, about 20,000 job seekers were present at the stadium.

It will be recalled that at least seven people also died in Abuja this morning and several others injured in the same exercise. In Benin, The Nation Newspaper reports that three women died in another stampede and 20 others are currently receiving treatments. See a photo of the Port Harcourt incident after the cut. Viewer discretion is advised.



13 comments:

  1. how sad. May they rest in peace. God help our Country the height of unemployment is sad.

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  2. And one idiot go wake up tomorrow saying I love Nigeria and Goodluck . Nothing works mehn

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  3. CNN in one of its recent broadcasts, posits that 100 million Nigerians live
    below the poverty line. The National Bureau of Statistics said over 54% of youths
    in Nigeria are jobless,while the World Bank puts the figure at 56%.

    According to Dr Okonjo Iweala, the misery index increased in 2013.The consequences of this is that the Youths and Poor are becoming more susceptible to crimes .

    Boko Haram, a designed tool to destabilize President Jonathan, could also have its
    roots to the Arab Spring which has been traced to Poverty and Joblessness.

    According to Wole Olanipekun (SAN), former Unibadan Chancellor ……“Go to the
    Streets, …you see anger and frustration …..suffering, poverty, anguish
    and malady written boldly on the faces of several Nigerians”. Chief Mike Ozekome
    (SAN) described Youth Unemployment as the father of Boko Haram,
    Militancy, Kidnapping, Robbery etc.

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  4. Ladun, I was in ABuja own. Abuja Pple dat died are more than 10! Some dat was alive wen they took them to d hospital later gave up d ghost!!!

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  5. I think it is safe to say Nigeria needs Jesus. A lot of things are wrong in this country wtf

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  8. Lord have mercy.

    Which way Nigeria.

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