University of Nigeria Nsukka clinic has been called out by a Twitter user who alleged that they administered expired saline drip, on his younger brother.
According to @emmyskillful, the 8 packs of saline drip his younger brother was given at University of Nigeria Nsukka clinic, almost killed him. His tweet reads;
University of Nigeria Nsukka(UNN) is trash… My younger brother almost died in their clinic after they gave him 8packs of expired saline drip. This is not OK… Gambling with people’s lives. Please someone should do something
This is not fare… Students been dying there cuz of kinda cases…. Am just lucky my brother survived
Recall that expired drugs killed Delta State-born second runner up of the maiden edition of the West Africa Idol, Eric Arubayi, Jnr.
Confirming the demise of the gospel artiste, his brother, Derrick Arubayi, in a chat with Vanguard, explained that the late Eric took ill after taking an expired drug meant to treat his malaria and typhoid ailment.
He said: “He had malaria and typhoid, which was untreated. It later became worse after he took a medication that had expired and this triggered his liver ailment and afterwards, every other thing just followed at a fast pace before his death.
“The only thing that we had to say is that he lived for Christ. We just want the world to know that the name Eric Odafe Arubayi was for a reason beyond the West Africa Idol show.
“For that reason, God would make manifest even beyond his glorious ascension.”
Until his death, the late musical icon, born on July 14, 1982, is survived by his wife, a son, two brothers, a sister and parents— Professor and Professor (Mrs) Eric Arubayi. In 2007, he became the third runner-up on singing reality TV show – West African Idol reality TV show. Timi Dakolo was the winner, and Omawumi also competed.