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Ebenezer Ayeni Death Proves The Prevalence Of Ineffective Laws In Nigeria by torphix: 3:58am On Jun 17
The recent death of Nigerian gospel music producer, Ebenezer Ayeni can be seen as a violation of the Compulsory Treatment And Care For Victims Of Gunshot Act, 2017. Ayeni was reported dead from gunshot wounds after he was attacked in his residence by armed robbers in Ibadan, Oyo state on Thursday, June 10.

According to his friends who have taken to social media to mourn him, Ayeni was rushed to the University College Hospital Ibadan and another private hospital but was rejected as the hospital staff allegedly demanded a police report before they could treat his gunshot injury.

The refusal to treat Ayeni, a gunshot victim without first obtaining a police report, has been one of the most worrisome public health issues which is a longstanding practice that is now illegal in the country.

https://qwenu.com/2021/06/17/the-death-of-ebenezer-ayeni-proves-the-prevalence-of-ineffective-laws-in-nigeria-by-yusuf-balogun/
Re: Ebenezer Ayeni Death Proves The Prevalence Of Ineffective Laws In Nigeria by realstars: 4:28am On Jun 17
This Is How Thousans Of Nigerians Die In Nigerian Houspitals

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Re: Ebenezer Ayeni Death Proves The Prevalence Of Ineffective Laws In Nigeria by chinoify: 5:01am On Jun 17
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Re: Ebenezer Ayeni Death Proves The Prevalence Of Ineffective Laws In Nigeria by Difrent: 5:06am On Jun 17
torphix:
The recent death of Nigerian gospel music producer, Ebenezer Ayeni can be seen as a violation of the Compulsory Treatment And Care For Victims Of Gunshot Act, 2017. Ayeni was reported dead from gunshot wounds after he was attacked in his residence by armed robbers in Ibadan, Oyo state on Thursday, June 10.

According to his friends who have taken to social media to mourn him, Ayeni was rushed to the University College Hospital Ibadan and another private hospital but was rejected as the hospital staff allegedly demanded a police report before they could treat his gunshot injury.

The refusal to treat Ayeni, a gunshot victim without first obtaining a police report, has been one of the most worrisome public health issues which is a longstanding practice that is now illegal in the country.

https://qwenu.com/2021/06/17/the-death-of-ebenezer-ayeni-proves-the-prevalence-of-ineffective-laws-in-nigeria-by-yusuf-balogun/

Instead of his friends just mourning , can't some of them take this matter up wit the hospitals and seek legal redress ? NIGERIANS like complaining a lot when we could just take some steps to right a wrong.....
Re: Ebenezer Ayeni Death Proves The Prevalence Of Ineffective Laws In Nigeria by blowjob: 5:08am On Jun 17
EBENEZER IS DEAD?









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Re: Ebenezer Ayeni Death Proves The Prevalence Of Ineffective Laws In Nigeria by Ifearnoevil: 5:14am On Jun 17
You see this issue of you must obtain a police report before being treated as a gun shot victim is just like that of dismantling of road blocks.
For the past few years, each time a new IG comes in, during the inaugural address ,they always talk about dismantling of road blocks but what happens there after, nothing.
So even if people come out now to demonstrate concerning this guy's death, the government will simply come out to reaffirm it's position that gun shot victims should be treated without having to first obtain a police report but at the end of day, the status quo remains.

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