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Thursday, May 11, 2017

Memo To The Lagos State Commissioner For Health

This is so horrible and I feel like throwing up on this post.....






MEMO- To whom it May Concern/Lagos State Commissioner For Health

SUBJECT - The Randle General Maternity and Paediatric Hospital, Gbaja Surulere.


I want to bring to the notice of the Lagos State Commissioner for health the state of the Female general Toilet at the above mentioned Hospital


The pictures attached (above and below) are the current state of the Female general toilet in The Randle General Maternity and Paediatric Hospital, Gbaja Surulere.


The toilets are dirty,smelly and look like this 24/7 although inside the hospital itself is clean.

 Here is hoping that the Commissioner for Health will do something about this if this memo is brought to his Attention..We need positive change please....This is HORRIBLE!!!





39 comments:

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    1. The toilet is not old,it's the maintenance. Haba where are the cleaners. Obviously the cleaners are not doing there work and there's no instruction and possibly no water too.The government needs to hire tough supervisor to fire the lazy staff also any patient that disobey rules and regulations should be fined

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    2. The toilet is not old,it's the maintenance. Haba where are the cleaners. Obviously the cleaners are not doing there work and there's no instruction and possibly no water too.The government needs to hire tough supervisor to fire the lazy staff also any patient that disobey rules and regulations should be fined

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  2. This is nice. Right now I am Randle health centre with my mom and she said she wants to use the rest room. I got there and she looked at me and i know that she is so pressed,she burst into tears. We are at a restaurant now to use their toilet. Na the work weh we deh do since friday o. Please put me in your prayers

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    1. God will take care of your mum and give her long life to enjoy her children. It is well with you dear.

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    2. The balm of Gilead will touch your mum and calm every storm of sickness on her life in Jesus name

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    3. The Lord will heal your mum completely Miss Ess, be strong dear.

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    4. This one is even good, I remember when I was pregnant for my first baby, Custom Hospital Karu Abuja. I was in Labour and wanted to urinate, I entered the rest-room, it was flooded and smelling, even in labour, the urine disappear and went back to my bladder.

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    5. Thank you all my people, a big resounding and over flogged amen to your prayers. I appreciate it. God bless you and yours. It is well

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    6. So sorry about ur mum Miss Ess. May God heal her. Amen

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    7. Healing is her portion

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    8. God will perfect her healing in Jesus name, amen

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  3. OK thank hod its not poo. Just muddy water. They need to fire the cleaners.

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  4. 😨😨😨😨
    This is horrible!!

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  5. You go to treat malaria and you come back with correct toilet infection because mere steping inside there is enough to get infected. The head of the cleaners and her subordinates should be sacked asap.

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    1. I tell u. U get typhoid, toilet infection and others. May God save us.

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    2. Terrible to say d least.

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  6. You are talking of this, go to LUTH and see how the toilets are?


    Big Rats will be your friend in that place. When my sister was sick and was in Luth, I went to visit her and wanted to use the place, omo see big rats everywhere, Chai.

    Abeg even government offices self, make i mind myself jare

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    1. Hahahaha rat sef come 4 treatment?

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    2. You dont say!!*huh* SMH!!!!!

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    3. I can so relate with this when i had emergency Cs there. Its horrible. Giant rats everywhere. The toilet n bathroom are worst.

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  7. No cleaners abi the allocation for maintenance is being chopped/eaten by few? Too Bad. Atleast the tiles are still ok, mbok come to North and check theirs. #RunsAway

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  8. Imagine and the facilities itself looks new,maintenance is the problem we have in Nigeria, I think all the primary health centers should be followed up as well,and the health attendants should be reoriented, they do not know their jobs,they go as far as acting as doctors sef.

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  9. Imagine and the facilities itself looks new,maintenance is the problem we have in Nigeria, I think all the primary health centers should be followed up as well,and the health attendants should be reoriented, they do not know their jobs,they go as far as acting as doctors sef.

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  10. Ewwwwww warris this kwanu? Feel like throwing up this my mede mede oat I just had. Mscheeew

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    1. I like d new name on Ur moniker.
      Sandy yo! Sounds ChineseπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    2. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒTankio!

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  11. Ewww...The problem we have in Nigeria is that of maintenance and discipline.

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  12. That's how it is in all government establishments. I remember when I was a student in Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka. You can't step into any toilet without vomiting. Maintenance is zero. Thanks God for the banks in the school because that where I go to then when am pressed

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  13. Stella self!πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
    If u like call d attention of d Hon minister of Health.nufin go change,question is do dey even pay der workers? May God deliver dis country from d hands of mean Leaders.
    #NadTinWeyWeDeyFace

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  14. One luk at dem toilet me wan puke all da ganja me don chop.da toilet fit give dem people mental slavery.

    #Happy Rastafarian day, Happy Bob Nesta Marley's day✌✌

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  15. Nigeria is a country where most people don't care or have conscience, imagine a hospital toilet

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  16. We do not have a maintenance culture. Is it the government that will come and maintain the toilet or what, I'm sure there's a lazy cleaner somewhere that should be handling this, everything is so wrong in this country. We shouldn't blame d government for a

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  17. Gbagada general Hospital where I delivered my baby, you see maggot on the floor of the toilet with very dirty water and everywhere smelly. It's well with us in this country.

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  18. Gbagada General Hospital had a private toilet, where you pay to use it, I preferred it to the hospital's own. The one at the maternity ward as in a state of repair when I delivered so I can't speak for that.

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  19. The toilet is new but lack maintenance

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