It has been over a month since the management of popular Ibadan Central Hospital, Ososami, Ibadan was queried on the allegations that the remains of a deceased patient was mutilated.
A mysterious case which caused uproar and controversy further queried how blood was still flowing in the body of the deceased 24 hours after her demise.
In an interview with a reputable news platform, BBC Yoruba, the second child of the deceased, Oludare Henry Osanyintolu explained that his mother, Racheal Aboluwade Osayintolu was diagnosed with blood pressure before she was taken to the hospital.
He added that the family had at one time called for the service of local nurses to suppress the re-occuring attack, while stressing that Ibadan Central Hospital had assured the family that the health condition of the mother can be treated successfully.
He gave detailed analysis on how the deceased got to the hospital and how her health deteriorated between 3 days before she was pronounced dead.
“The hospital said they don’t have a mortuary where they can keep our mother and it was too late in the night.
“Since it was too late in the night, we appealed to the nurse to allow us come and take her body the next day. She agreed and advise that we should come early the next day.
“We got to the hospital around 5:45am in the morning and realised the forehead and part of the right hand of the deceased had been cut off.
“Another misery we realised was that the deceased who had died around 11:00am on Sunday was still bleeding till around 3:00pm on Monday”, he said.
In the meantime, Osanyintolu said that they had to contact the Oyo State police Command Headquarters, Eleyele before they were referred to Iyaganku Division, where the police operatives swung into action to arrest the doctor in charge of the case.