For many families, at this particular season of Covid-19 pandemic, taking their sick loved ones to the hospital might be a dangerous bet as doctor’s apathy is on the rise.
Many families have sad experience to share as their loved ones died, especially those with some underlining ailments who were infected with the Covid 19 virus.
Since the pandemic went on the rise in March 2020, the rise in sudden deaths has equally increased, and in most cases, lethargy, nonchalance attitude among others, by medical personnel, is directly responsible for the deaths of many Nigerians.
Incessant strikes by doctors and health care givers as a result of Government’s inability to pay wages or motivate health workers is also a star factor in the rise in death of ailing Nigerians. .
It is a pity that many doctors who signed their Hippocratic oath to ‘save life first’ have since jettisoned their oath allowing patients to ‘die first’ before taking action.
Prophet Judah Adetoyi Jimoh is the latest victim of terrible professional conducts from medical practitioners across some Lagos hospitals; he saw death on many fronts and at many hospitals around Lagos couple of weeks back when he developed Covid 19 symptoms.
He was ferried everywhere around Lagos, seeking for medicare, but all he got was a cream of stern looking uncaring care givers whose attitude suggests that his dead body is better for them than his living body.
Prophet Judah saw death but he conquered death by the divine grace of Almighty Jehovah God and through the gracious discretion of some kind hearted doctors at Military Hospital, Yaba and Infectious Disease Hospital in same Yaba area of Lagos State (South West Nigeria).
His story will reveal many dirty secrets of that sector and why there is an urgent need for the declaration of emergency in the Nigerian Health sector.
Find out more in this encounter with Asabe Afrika TV three weeks after he was declared negative to the pandemic.
A hale and hearty Prophet Judah Adetoyi Jimoh, a writer, cinematographer and entertainment consultant and his family shared their weird experience in the hands of Nigerian medical doctors with Asabe Afrika TV.
Find out more in Part 1 of the exclusive interview.
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