Thursday, April 30, 2015

Photos: The Unpleasant Sight Of Orile Agege Hospital

This is Orile Agege General Hospital this morning. A visitor who visited a patient at the hospital couldn’t but help tweet the condition of the place. She says there has been no light, no nursery bed, and the waste bin has been left opened. It is just pathetic, the twitter user described the situation. See another photo below.


21 comments:

  1. Why haven't fashola done anything about it?

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    1. He can't do it all
      Leave the man alone. He don try

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    2. Is it fashola that will help them clean their environment? The management steal money meant for maintenance.

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  2. So true. I've been there several times. Too filthy to be called an hospital

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  3. a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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    Naija is dead long time ago nobi today nw...
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    ***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

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  4. Later dey will say fashola is working!

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  5. I am sure there will soon be development. One government cannot do it all. Ambode will continue from where Fashola stopped.

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  6. Nah wah O! @ GHC Nigeria. Let's step up our game nah. Health is wealth. I really do not have the government to blame for this , rather those in managerial posts in this center.

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    1. What are you saying?! Who is to blame then? Do u knw these GHs have targets given them frm d LS govt to remit? They limit their expenses even crucial ones and raise bills in order to meet it. My M-in-law was admitted no too long ago @ surulere gh n I got deep insight on their operatns. Its pathetic. Lagos n Fashola is working!!!!

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  7. I am sure some people will put the blame on Fashola. Is he the commisioner for health ?

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  8. And Fashola is working....*winks*

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  9. Drastic measures must be taken to make it a proper place. It's not safe for both the staffs and patients

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  10. Highly disappointed

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