A student of the Nigerian Law School, Lagos Campus, Nnenna Amadi, has died.
She reportedly passed away due to alleged negligence from the school’s medical center.
It was gathered that the deceased had a severe asthma attack on Thursday, August 11, and was rushed to the school’s medical center.
Sources allege the law school’s clinic has only one nurse and that instead of giving Nnenna oxygen they gave her an injection because they didn’t have oxygen.
She was later rushed to another hospital where she was confirmed dead on arrival sources claimed she kept saying: “I can’t breathe!” before she died.
No Nigerian Law School student is talking about this on Twitter because they are busy reading for exams.
A student of NLS, Lagos died yesterday due to the lack of oxygen in the campus clinic! The students are scared. NLS is not making things better…
— Grammar Police (@AdewaleBepo) August 12, 2022
Another source however confirmed to TheNigeriaLawyer that attempts were made by the medical center at the law school to adequately handle the situation, albeit to no avail.
All attempts to confirm the exact cause of death from the management of the NLS, at the time of filing this report, proved abortive with none of the contacts for the school accessible.
Amadi’s death comes barely four months after losing her dad in April, this year.
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