Little Girl’s Leg amputated due to wrong diagnosis in Kaduna

The unfortunate story as shared online…
Rukayya, a 4
year old girl from Zaria fell sick and was taken to a Hospital in Zaria.
(I am withholding the name of the hospital for some reasons). After
running some preliminary laboratory tests, Rukayya’s parents were told
their daughter was a sickler,that she has malaria.They treated her,and
they left for home.

When Rukayya’s condition didn’t improve, her
parents took her back to the hospital &was admitted immediately. She
was transfused with blood through a vein in her leg, because according
to them, they could not find any in her hands.

After the
transfusion, she was discharged to go home. Later on, the leg became
swollen and Rukkaya had to be taken back to the hospital. Rukkaya’s
parents were told to take her back home, elevate her legs and administer
ice therapy.

When that didn’t work, Rukayya
was taken back to the hospital again where the parents met the hostility
of the staff on duty. But they were eventually attended to; they
examined the affected leg. and when they realized they could not handle
the case anymore, they were referred to ABU Teaching Hospital

On getting to A.B.U.T.H, Rukkaya was immediately
taken to the emergency room and the doctors after examination told her
parents that Rukayya’s leg needs to be amputated immediately due to the
infection that is spreading in her leg.

Rukayya eventually lost a leg.

Further tests carried out at Shika revealed Rukayya was not even a
sickler,and the peripheral Hospital misdiagnosed her from the start.
GIWAC has filed a petition on behalf of Rukkaya to the Executive
Governor of Kaduna State, Commissioner of police, Speaker state house of
assembly, members representing her constituency (Basawa constituency)
in the state assembly and chairman of her local government (Sabon gari).


This Wheelchair-bound man duped a retiree of over N3 million via phone


The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, today February 23rd,
2017 arraigned one Gabriel Chimezie before Justice Tukur Muazu of the
Kaduna State High Court on a four count charge of Obtaining the sum of
N3,420,000 (Three Million, Four Hundred and Twenty Thousand Naira Only)
by False Pretence.
The accused person allegedly induced the complainant through a phone
call to part with the sum of N3, 420,000 (Three Million, Four Hundred
and Twenty Thousand Naira Only) under the pretext that the money was for
the purchase of solar halogen indicator which would be supplied to an
electrical company in Bayelsa.

The accused person convinced the complainant to believe they were
classmate at the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria and that he wanted to
help the complainant secure a...


I’m Enjoying My New Marriage — Femi Adebayo is glad he made the right decision

femi adebayo and wife

He got married to former Ms Omotayo Sanusi on October 9, 2016.
For actor and Special Adviser to the Kwara State governor on Arts and Culture, Femi Adebayo, marital life has been blissful.

For one who was divorced seven years before he remarried, he said his
greatest joy is having a partner who understands his life and career as
an actor.

Femi said, “When it comes to marriage, it is important to be with someone who understands you and accepts you totally.
My first wife was uncomfortable with my profession as an actor, but that
is what I love doing. Acting gives me joy and I will continue doing it
as long as I can.


My marriage was based on gross lies, deceit, scam and many more darkness – Tonto Dikeh reveals how many STDs she treated


Image result for tonto dikeh husband

While replying one of her followers who
asked her not to allow people laugh at her over her failed marriage,
actress Tonto Dikeh disclosed that her marriage to Olakunle Oladunni
Churchill was based on gross lies/deceit, scam and many more darkness. 

 She also said she treated so many STDs.

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