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The Lagos Assembly has uncovered disturbing details in the case of a boy with a missing intestine and is urging police action.
The chairman of the ad-hoc committee investigating the circumstances surrounding the disappearance of Adebola Akin-Bright’s small intestine revealed that the doctor who performed surgery on the boy is not a qualified surgeon.
As a result, the Speaker of the House has directed the Clerk to write to the State police command for the arrest of Dr. Abayomi Baiyewu.
Adebola tragically passed away on Tuesday, and the House has expressed condolences to his family.
The committee will also be looking into other areas of concern, such as inviting officials from the Health Facility Monitoring and Accreditation Agency and reviewing the existing law regarding private hospitals.
The lawmakers are considering making it mandatory for private hospitals to report their activities to the government.
The case has sparked calls for stricter monitoring of medical doctors and hospitals, and some lawmakers have suggested filing a formal complaint against Dr. Baiyewu with the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria.
This article was updated 3 months ago