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FRSC doctor denies lady of treatment after she denied him access to her “private part”

In Abuja, a FRSC doctor has been blamed by a woman for denying her treatment since she denied him access to her private part.

The Chief Medical Officer Of Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) Clinic in Gwarimpa, Abuja has been called out by a social media user for declining to offer treatment to a woman who did not give the doctor a chance to approach her vagina.

Taking to social media, the woman’s husband wrote:

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The Chief Medical Officer Of Federal Road Safety Commission Clinic in Gwarimpa violently refused my wife treatment this evening because he claims that she refused him performing an invasive scan in her vagina about two weeks ago.

My wife had said two weeks ago that she was not comfortable with a male doctor inserting stuff into her vagina because of the nature of the procedure. So a female doctor attended to her instead.

So this man bore a few grudges and walked her out of a government hospital today when she was in very bad shape and the ailment today (malaria) is totally unrelated to the uterine scab issue of two weeks ago
I feel so hurt to see my daughter cry as her mother was denied treatment. My wife was so weak and unable to respond to the vitriol this man was pouring today!!

am petitioning the Nigeria Medical Association as well as FRSC and my lawyer has been briefed to commence legal action against this rather curious act of suspected perversion. I know a lot of doctors do terrible things to their female patients who keep quiet but this one will not be swept under the rug!!!

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Gbolahan Adeyemi

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