NSUK ASUU Chairman transfered to garki hospital,DASH is poorly funded

NSUK ASUU Chairman transfered to garki hospital,Dalhat is poorly funded.

The incumbent chairman of Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), Nasarawa State University chapter, Dr. K’tso Ngargbu, has been transferred to Garki General Hospital, Abuja.

His transfer became indispensable following the inadequacy of medical facilities at Dalhatu Araf Specialist Hospital (DASH) in Lafia where he was first admitted.

Recall, that on Tuesday, November 14th, Dr. Ngargbu while lying on the floor, medically unattended to at Dalhatu Hospital took to his Facebook account to alarm the public to the poor state of facilities in the hospital funded by the state government.

His first post reads; “Had an accident this evening in Lafia. This is how I am being cared for on the floor at the so called best hospital in Nasarawa State. I weep for Nigeria. You now see why our very best patriots must join politics in order to turn around the fortunes of Nigeria”

This medium learnt that Gov. Umaru Tanko Al-Makura who conceive Dr. Ngargbu’s Facebook exposure as an attack to his administration was said to have ordered his officials not to visit him at the hospital.

During a telephone conversation yesterday with Voice of Nasarawa (VoN), Dr. Ngargbu said none of the state government officials have paid him a visit to show sympathy since the occurrence of the unfortunate incident.

VoN reports that Dr. Ngargbu who is the first medical geologist in West Africa, representative of Africa and Middle East on the board of the International Society for Medical Hydrology and Climatology (ISMH) and deputy director linkages at the State University was involved in an accident which he sustained degrees of injuries.

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Meanwhile, Dr. Ngargbu call on the government to prove her love for the sick and oppressed people of the state by paying an unscheduled visit to the emergency/casualty wall of DASH. Source: VoN.

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