Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Keeping It Real With Adeola - 203 (Nigerian doctors let student die because of $215)


On this week's episode, another Nigerian student Dazan Charity Oluwabukola dies due to hospital negligence.

Adeola also wonders why Nigerian presidents still go abroad for medical treatment despite spending billion on the Statehouse Medical Center.



In Gambia, President Yahyah Jammeh holds a fundraising for the upcoming elections despite 20 years in power.

Lastly, Cameroonians are shocked to see a video by the first daughter where she reveals she spends $400 on limousine one way during school commute.

3 comments:

  1. you are really keeping it real, nice job , please just help us inform buhari to #bringbackourcorruption because when there was corruption dollar was 199 now that buhari want to take corruption dollar is 400.
    15k is been deducted in every 50k through ATM and as student u not allowed to work here in china , so tell buhari to please #bringbackourcorruption ....... nice job by the way , u really keeping it real ..wink..!

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  2. 15k is been deducted in every 50k through ATM and as student u not allowed to work here in china , so tell buhari to please #bringbackourcorruption ....... nice job by the way , u really keeping it real ..wink..!

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  3. The truth is, the doctor in person is very poor and the overall hospital system even the sector is rife with corruption and lack of respect and value for human life, purpose and dignity.

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