The case of a 13-year-old child with “missing intestine” is taken over by the Lagos government

Adebola Akin-Bright, a 13-year-old child, whose small intestine allegedly vanished at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), Ikeja, has been transferred to the custody of the Lagos State Government.

When he visited Akin-Bright and his mother, Mrs. Deborah Abiodun, at the Pediatric Ward of LASUTH, Lagos Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu made this known.

According to NAN, Abiodun urged the Governor to look into the puzzling disappearance of her son’s intestine in a “Save Our Souls” (SoS) via social media.

She stated that the incident happened as her son was receiving medical attention.

In a prompt response to the claims, LASUTH administration stated that during the course of treating Akin-Bright, they did not willfully remove any organs or bodily parts.

The sufferer had previously undergone surgery at a Lagos private hospital.

He’d been receiving care at LASUTH for more than a month.

Before a corrective operation could be performed on him (Akin-Bright), he (Akin-Bright) needed to undergo intensive optimisation in our facility. A skilled pediatric surgeon and her team performed the operation, which turned up some odd findings.

“These findings are documented in a video clip. The mother was informed of these findings, but LASUTH personnel noted that she seemed to be in denial.

After speaking with the boy’s mother and the physician in charge of his treatment, the governor said that saving the boy’s life was of utmost importance.

Akin-Bright’s mother responded by thanking Sanwo-Olu for the visit and for taking up the promising little boy’s medical care. (NAN)

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