By Sola Ogundipe & Chioma Obinna
The casualty department was full. There were several cases waiting to
be attended to at the outpatient wards. Many were routine cases but
several were serious and quite a few really urgent and very critical.
The story was the same in the hospital admission wards where medical
staff could be seen hurrying up and down trying to cope with the heavy
rush of patients.
Curiously, apart from nurses, ward aides, cleaners
and a… Continue