Lagos Hospital, Saint Nicholas, has swiftly reacted to the information trending on the various social media platforms that it admitted Folorunsho Olabisi, who was said to have been one of the protesters who died at the Lekki Toll Gate shootings. The hospital also announced that it didn’t have mortuary.
The young Nigerian allegedly went missing after the shooting at the Lekki tollgate on Tuesday.
Men dressed in military uniform had invaded Lekki tollgate where unarmed protesters gathered and shot at protesters.
In its reaction, the Hospital though identified with those who lost lives and properties as a result of the crisis but vehemently denied admitting Olabisi in any of its facilities.
Reacting via its Twitter account, the hospital denied admitting the victim at any of its facilities adding that it had no mortuary.
“St. Nicholas Hospital fully identify with the current situation and our sympathy is with the victims of the unfortunate incident,” the tweet reads.
“However, false information, especially at these critical times, should not be encouraged. Please note that the said victim never presented at any of St. Nicholas Hospital facilities.
“Also, St. Nicholas Hospital does not have a mortuary, hence this news is false and should not be encouraged to trend further.”
St. Nicholas Hospital facilities. Also, St. Nicholas Hospital does not have a mortuary, hence this news is false and should not be encouraged to trend further.