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SEE WHAT KOGI GOVERNORs CONVOY DIDTO THIS FEMALE DOCTOR






The National Welfare Officer of the Academic
Staff
Union of Universities, ASUU, Dr. Ngozi Iloh, is still
in
a bad shape, undergoing surgeries and going
through traumatic pains, at the University of
Benin
Teaching Hospital in Benin, Edo State. Dr Ngozi
said, “We travelled in a convoy from
ASUU Benin zone. We stopped at a filling
station to refuel on the way to Kano. The
travelling team was from University of Benin,
Delta State University, Abraka, and Ambrose
Ali University, Ekpoma. “The UNIBEN bus took off
and I asked the
driver to slow down so the others could
catch up with us. My saving grace was that I
kept looking back and the rest is history.” This is
contrary to reports that she was treated and
discharged in Lokoja, Kogi State, shortly after the
accident, which was caused by the convoy of
the
Kogi State Governor, Mr Idris Wada, on
November
12. The widely condemned accident, which
happened
while members of the union were on their way
to
Kano for a meeting, claimed the life of the former
National President of ASUU, Prof. Festus Iyayi. It
was learnt that she had undergone two major
surgeries, one on her right leg and another on
the
left hand.
"I am still in hospital. My injuries are not minor,"
she told Punch, adding that she had been
traumatised for weeks following the discovery
that Prof. Iyayi died in the accident.






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