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This has become an S.O.L(Save Our Lives)

An old friend died of prostate complications on Sunday. He died in the US. While every death diminishes humanity, every death abroad diminishes the country and every preventable death points an accusing finger at our health care system. Yomi Ismael’s death to me represented all of these. I have known Yomi for about four decades and he was always so full of life. He always seemed to have a joke for every situation. I am glad I did not see him bed-ridden or tongue tied so I can always keep that bubbly, jovial image of him. His death is raw in its suddenness and it hurts. So raw that you still feel like lashing out at our health system for his lack of timely awareness; his need to go abroad for treatment; the dearth and growing exodus of qualified medical personnel from our country which makes going abroad for surgery almost inevitable.

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LG gives green products to boost health care

Poised to enhance health care delivery services in Nigeria and as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility, LG Electronics visited Braithwaite Memorial Specialist Hospital, Port Harcourt, River State, where it donated units of Gencool Inverter Air Conditioners, Jet Cool Air Conditioners, as well as treated mosquito nets to the hospital.

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