- Isha Sesay’s mum did not receive adequate treatment in Sierra Leone and had to be transferred to Nigeria
- She eventually received life-saving treatment at the Lagoon Hospitals, Marina, Apapa, Lagos
- The elder Sesay remained in Intensive Care at the Lagoon Hospitals for three months before she was eventually certified fit to be discharged
Isha Sesay, CNN anchor of Sierra Leonian descent, has revealed how her mum’s life was saved by doctors at a Nigerian hospital, after she had taken seriously ill.
According to the anchor, her mum, Dr. Kadi Sesay, was transferred to Nigeria after not being able to get adequate treatment in Sierra Leone.
Sesay initially tweeted:
In response to that, she was questioned by Nigerians as to which exact Nigerian hospital attended to her mum.
She then responded:
After tweeting the name of the hospital, Nigerians replied:
Some others praised Lagoon Hospital for the good work:
Sesay’s mum was in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at Lagoon Hospitals, Apapa, Lagos for three months before she was eventually discharged.
The nature of the ailment was not disclosed.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously reported that the executive director of the National Primary Healthcare Development Agency (NPHCDA), Faisal Shuaib, disclosed that as a result of poor access to basic healthcare, Nigeria loses 3,000 children and women daily to preventable diseases.
According to Mr. Shuaib the country’s poor health system is also responsible for the death of some children in Nigeria before they reach the age of 5.
Watch this NAIJ.com TV video asking Nigerians if they would donate a kidney to save President Buhari if he needs one