Rema recounts how failed healthcare system led to his brother’s demise

Rema recounts how failed healthcare system led to his brother’s demise

Nigerian recording artiste, Rema has taken to social media to narrate his brother died in a hospital in Edo State.


In his recent post on social media, the 20-year-old artiste condemned the healthcare system.


The Mavins act revealed that his brother died due to the poor healthcare system in the country. Rema disclosed that his brother was operated on by the doctors with candlelight and this he revealed made the doctors cut him in a wrong place and caused his brother to bleed to death.


Rema revealed that all the money that is supposed to go into the country’s health care system are in a foreign account.


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In his words;
“I lost my Brother to Nigeria’s bad healthcare system, they did a surgery on him with candlelight 🕯 they cut him wrongly and he bled to death.

The money to provide good healthcare system is in an old man’s foreign account; and they keep borrowing using our pain as their format.”



A couple of days ago, 1st News reported that a pregnant woman identified as Bunmi Muri died around a park on Ogooluwa Street, in the Oko Oshodi area of Bariga, Lagos State.


It was revealed that the woman died along with her twin babies during delivery.


A resident, Felix Chidi, noted that woman was successfully delivered of one of the babies; and died while attempting to deliver the second baby.


He said;

“From what we gathered, she was going to collect something from her husband who worked in a park. But on her way there, she went into labour and was taken to a corner to deliver the babies.

”She was delivered of the first baby but died while giving birth to the second baby.

”The deaths happened because there was no experienced medical practitioner to deliver the babies.”


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