By Daniel Edu
Greatness Olorunfemi, a victim of ‘one-chance’ criminals in Abuja, has sadly passed away after an Abuja hospital reportedly refused to provide immediate medical attention. According to reports from Naija News, the incident occurred at a hospital located in the Maitama area of Abuja. Shockingly, the hospital demanded a police report before commencing any treatment, even though Olorunfemi was brought in as an emergency patient.
Tragically, Olorunfemi bled profusely and succumbed to her injuries shortly thereafter. An eyewitness shared this heartbreaking news on social media, recounting the horrifying incident: “Greatness was forcibly pushed out of a moving vehicle by one-chance criminals in Abuja. She was rushed to Maitama General Hospital, where they refused to provide immediate assistance, insisting on a police report. She tragically passed away shortly afterward.”
In response to this devastating loss, the Yali Network Abuja chapter expressed their condolences and paid tribute to Olorunfemi’s positive contributions. In their statement, they said, “In loving memory of Greatness Olorunfemi, a beloved daughter and friend. You shall be remembered for the good you did. We will miss you deeply. May you rest in peace, surrounded by love.”
Mysterious Death of Prominent Hotel Owner in Ilorin, Kwara State
In a separate and equally distressing incident, the Managing Director of Water View Guest House in Ilorin, Kwara State, Adeniyi Ojo, was found dead under suspicious circumstances. Ojo, a well-known figure in the state’s hospitality industry, was discovered lying motionless on a bed in one of the guesthouse’s rooms.
The Kwara State Police Command’s spokesperson, SP Ajayi Okasanmi, confirmed the tragic incident. According to Okasanmi, a supervisor at the hotel, Kehinde Olaseinde, reported the case, prompting the dispatch of a team of detectives to the scene. Ojo’s lifeless body was subsequently taken to the hospital, where his death was confirmed.
As the investigation unfolds, the Commissioner of Police has ordered a discreet examination of the case. Further details will be made available to the public as the investigation progresses.