i-Report: Broken Faeces Pipe, Septic Corridors Makes UCTH Dirtiest In Nigeria (VIDEO)

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By Jonathan Ugbal

A broken septic pipe adjoining the newborn unit and the obstetric theater as well as a septic corridor has made i-Reporter, Dr. Elihu Osim adjudge the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital (UCTH) the most unsanitary in the country.

Two videos sent in by Dr. Osim shows the broken septic pipe that has been unattended to for over 3 months.

Recall that CrossRiverWatch had in a three part exclusive titled: “University Of Calabar Teaching Hospital – A Valley Of The Shadow Of Death” revealed several things wrong in the hospital.

Read part 1 here

Read part 2 here

Read part 3 here

A few were rectified while the issue of power supply remains epileptic as priority is given to the cashier and teller points which have generators to power them while the trauma, accident and emergency units and others remain without power for long stretches of time.

Watch the videos below…

NB: The word “most” was removed from the headline

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