According to the reports as shared by Eric Ochanji II who was present during the drama, unlike other hospitals where people visiting the COVID-19 patients are required to hire PPE gears, people aren't allowed to visit the COVID-19 patients but instead are required to chat with the patients through text messages in case they want to check on them.
Unfortunately, a woman lost her husband whom she had been chatting with but unexpectedly went silent for two days and couldn't respond to her messages. The woman tried to inquire the whereabouts of her husband but she was told that her husband had died.
This didn't go well with her as she erupted into chaos at the hospital causing unrest moments for some hours as she demanded justice over her husband's death.
Another family which had requested to hire PPEs so that they can visit their loved ones were denied access to the patient where the ailing person was later announced dead by the hospital.
The two families have caused dramatic scene at the Hospital demanding a tangible reason over the deaths of their loved ones.
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