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According to the Daily Post News, serious tensions erupted at the Bingham University Teaching Hospital in Jos, the Plateau State Capital, on Wednesday 3rd November 2021, this had happened in the morning after the family of a deceased person was unable to locate their relative’s body at the mortuary.
According to the reports, the dead, David Atimbi Adi, was a 33-year-old man, who was survived by his wife and a child had died last week following a long illness, and his body was placed at the aforementioned hospital’s mortuary last Thursday. Reports describes the man as an orphan who had a hard time raising money for treatment and with the help of friends, was able to raise medications but sadly later died.
The family member states that;
Unfortunately, we got here this morning so that we can go and bury him in Rukuba, in Bassa LGA, and his corpse was nowhere to be found.
Our brother died last week after a protracted illness and we deposited his corpse at the Bingham University Hospital Jos, but unfortunately, we got here this morning so that we can go and bury him in Rukuba, in Bassa LGA, and his corpsA family member, Mr Paul, told DAILY POST.
This is ridiculous; they must be joking, we are even hearing that the corpse was taken since Monday, by who?
We don’t want any trouble, all we are saying is they should produce our brother’s remains so that he can be laid to rest.
Meanwhile, security officers were stationed in front of the Bingham University Teaching Hospital gate, and the main entrance and exit gates were sealed when our correspondent arrived.
Mourners were seen within the hospital’s grounds, questioning how such a thing could have happened and demanding that the body be produced.
When reached, ASP Gabriel Ogaba, spokesman for the Plateau State Police Command, replied
I have yet to obtain information about that sir.