Somolu General Hospital: Right Groups, Lagosians Praise Management – Rights Monitors

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The Human Rights Monitoring Agenda has reported the latest reports from the general public within Lagos State and other members of Civil Society on the management team of Somolu General Hospital as encouraging and impressive, unlike past reports filled with different complaints around negligence among other faults.


This was recently reported in a weekly Human Rights radio program, “Labe-Ofin” (Rule of Law) on Bond FM, Radio Nigeria where the coalition of Nigeria Human Rights bodies give regular address on major complaints from members of the public, especially where the people’s fundamental rights is violated.

The lead Human Rights body Human Rights Monitoring Agenda (HURMA Global Resource Initiative) provides free legal assistance to indigent victims of Human Rights abuse and as well pressurizes to ensure government deliver on its fundamental and constitutional obligations as guaranteed by Chapter two of the Nigerian Constitution under Fundamental Objectives and Directive Principles of State Policies.


The leadership of HURMA through the Executive Director, Comrade Buna Olaitan Isiak had earlier on Tuesday before the live broadcast sent a message of appreciation and encouragement to the Somolu General Hospital Management team through the new Medical Director, Dr. Saliu Olugbenga Oseni. The message explained that latest report from the general public across the state reveal that the activities in the hospital now is encouraging and people want them to maintain that status and as well improve on it.
The major part of the radio program was dedicated to appreciating the new improved services of the hospital. A call was was also made to both Governor Sanwo-olu and the Lagos First Lady, Ibijoke Sanwo-olu to wake up to their promises to improve the structures and facilities of the Somolu General Hospital since year 2022.

After receiving different joyful and satisfactory calls from members of the public on latest development in Somolu General Hospital among other critical topics across the state, the Executive Director of HURMA who often voice for the united civil societies on the weekly Human Rights reports program, Comrade Buna Olaitan Isiak insisted that the body will not relent in operating with transparency and sincerity.
“We won’t relent in appreciating institutions when we get encouraging reports from members of the public. This is because we don’t delay in also telling the world when people cry to our office due to negligence or failure of public institutions”.


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