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About a Rickety Health Centre

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By our Reporter

A primary health centre in Sango Ibadan is reputed to be serving members of the public under unsavoury conditions.

The followings horrible situations are said to prevail at the health centre:

  • Over 200 women come monthly for antenatal and postnatal care sitting under the sun and rain.
  • Babies are delivered daily in this delivery room in a very deplorable state. See delivery couch picturehea
  • The toilet in the facility is an eyesoretoilet
  • Facility has no thermometers, blood pressure machines, sugar level machine, patient cards
  • Deliveries are done using candle light

The health centre was recently discovered though thorough investigation of the centre is still underway.

More updates later….

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