One chance Abuja: My Daughter Planned To Relocate To US For Her PhD – Father of the deceased

The bereaved father spoke at a press briefing organized by the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI), Abuja, for multi-stakeholder engagement in pursuit of justice for the late Olorunfemi.

Greatness, who entered ‘One Chance’ vehicle last Thursday, went viral on social media after a video of how Maitama General Hospital allegedly abandoned her until she died started to trend.

Speaking on his daughter’s death, Joseph said,m “Greatness Abigail Olorunfemi was the beginning of my strength, my firstborn, my first daughter, well-learned, and still aspiring to learn.

“My longest last discussion with her was on Saturday, September 23, 2023, at 4 p.m. in a conference call with two friends from the United States of America in respect of her ambition to further her education in 2024.

“There and then, she delivered her profile, and a decision was made that she would commence her PhD in Microbiology in July 2024. We ended the meeting with excitement, and by Monday, September 25, she began to supply the necessary documents to facilitate the relocation.

“I remember on Monday, September 25, I had a dream, and I saw a pit around the family, I summoned the family members, including Greatness, for a prayer meeting online, and we prayed to avert the evil that was pending, not knowing that it would be irreversible.”

The bereaved father said he received a call on September 28, to come to Maitama District Hospital, Abuja, where the late Greatness was said to be receiving treatment.

Olorunfemi said being denied immediate treatment by the hospital was “inhuman, cruel, injustice, negligence, and disregard for human life.”

Culled from Naijanews