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Monday, August 28, 2017

Igbobi Hospital Photos Like You Have Never Seen Before....

It looks like the inside of a building ravaged by war but this is actually inside the ''Operating Theatre'' of Igbobi hospital....

Scary!






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    1. Pls guys, this is the veranda running alongside the theater outside. I've been there, so I know. Whoever sent those pictures up there obviously foes not have the right to go inside to get the real operating room pictures, just stood outside and "snapped" away, and sent claiming story!

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  2. This is so disgusting. That's why i love my hospital, though the pay is low but the environment is lovely.

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  3. Ambode is surely working. Apc lies. They will leave the necessary things to do and will start doing not so important ones. Tomorrow now when they are sick, they will run to abroad forgetting that it's a human being in government like them that built those ones there.

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    1. Igbobi hospital is a federal hospital and it's runnings/operations are strictly the Federal Govts business.

      Minister of Health Prof Isaac Adewole should be queried on the infrastructural decay of Igbobi and not Governor Ambode.


      LEPπŸ˜›

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    2. Igbobi orthopaedic hospital is owned by the federal government not state.

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    3. You are sick. Are you so daft that you do not know that igbogbi is owned by the federal government?

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    4. Oops! Igbobi is Federal Darling!😒😚

      Kelvin Dat Edo Boi (Stellz Cousin)

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    5. Anon12:08 can't you correct her without the insult. Haba! Children of anger everywhere.

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    6. What is the difference between "federal" and "lagos state?"
      Aren't both A PHE CEE?

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    7. Go to LASUTH and see what Ambode has done. Some of you won't educate yourself before calling names

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    8. @anon 13:31 actually both govts. r APC, only difference is one has ruled in the tier of govt. longer than the other.

      Igbobi is a Federal run para. PDP has riled Nigeria longer than APC, the reasonable team to blame for this delapidation would be the PDP. Let's all try and reason correctly for once in our lives and stop politicizing everything. It's pretty annoying!

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  4. Operating theatre ke? This is a walkway/veranda na...see d sunlight at one end and the back of AC.

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    1. Thank you for educating them, it is a walk way through the theatre, a hospital that has been renovated and better than what it was years ago and only this the poster can send. Tell yourself some truth and may God heal you of what took you there. Amen

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  5. Na wa o
    When are we going to get things right in this country?
    Just Negodu!

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  6. OMG!.. anyone that go under the knife there, will surely come out with Sepsis.

    POSHMIDWIFE.

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  7. Nigeria hospitals are scary that's why I pray that none of my family members and I will visit at all... Our medical system is rotten to the root. God will help us o

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  8. Where are the equipments? Where's EVERYTHING? Na wa o.

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  9. This hospital has served its course. The FG should renovate and make it better.

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  10. Igbobi hospital is a federal hospital and it's runnings/operations are strictly the Federal Govts business.

    Minister of Health Prof Isaac Adewole should be queried on the infrastructural decay of Igbobi and not Governor Ambode.


    LEPπŸ˜›

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  11. Really sad. Our general hospitals are never well taken care of..

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  12. Only in Nigeria u will go to hospital to get cured while ur there u will contact another disease from the hospital tufiaa kwa

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  13. Na wa. Corruption everywhere. Even when they give money for hospital upgrade, the director there will eat his own.

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  14. Ewwww, I'd hate to be sick or anything in Nigeria.

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  15. This is NOT inside the theater nau. This looks like a passage/walkway......abi na back of AC dem dey put for inside again?

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  16. This is a hallway now. Or is that where they carry out operations?

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  17. Shame of a nation.
    Isn't this a national Orthopedic hospital?
    And buhari has got a minister of health who still has his job?

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  18. This doesn't look like the operating room nau.

    May God help us in this country.

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  19. Only their Mortuary make sense.

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  20. That doesn't look like a theater, it look like a passage!

    The federal government should handle the health system well.

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  21. Is to only chop our money that they can do very well.

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  22. Oga/Madam anonymous 12:09 calm down na. Since when did hurricane become an act of man's insensitivity and inefficiency as is depicted by these pictures? You sound like you have a pressing issue with Stella. Settle it and stop being hateful please.

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  23. It doesn't look like a theater at all.

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  24. It can not be inside the theater. Is looking like a passage . you people should always verify information first before broadcasting.

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  25. This is outside the theater

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  26. It's like what you see in a horror movie. No one comes out alive.

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  27. Helloooo, this is the corridor outside the theater. This place saved my husband's life and please let us avoid jumping into conclusions. It is a GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL and a specialist hospital so we might not expect the best but they have great Doctors and Nurses, far better than LUTH or Ikeja General Hospial. I hail people like Dr Idowu S.O, Dr Taiwo, Dr Valentine......this men are working tirelessly with little resources to save lives so let no man yab the hospital. Rather, speak to the GOVERNMENT to improve the facilities there. THANK YOU.

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