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Broadcaster Dies Due To An Alleged Medical Error

Nigerian vibrant broadcaster, Binta Badmus has reportedly dead on Wednesday, November 27, following a medical negligence.

According to reports, the young broadcaster has been frequently visiting the hospital after developing a back ache problem.

This detail was shared by her colleague, David Hundeyin.

Corroborating the story of Badmus’ health challenge, colleague and media practitioner David Hundeyin, via a series of post shared on microblogging platform, Twitter, disclosed that the deceased had developed a back related problem that started when she was working at Smooth FM.

“Worked her way up from studio intern to news reader at Smooth FM all by sheer force of personality and will.

“Joined Channels, quadrupled her income and basically spent all of it fixing the back problem she developed at Smooth. Took every Monday off to go to LASUTH or Igbobi,” his tweet read.

“He also revealed that Binta died after she was given a wrong injection at a clinic in Ikotun Lagos.

How did you prescribe leg binding therapy to fix a patient’s vertebral pain issue despite the obvious DVT risk? How did a healthy 32 year old with no heart disease history suddenly die of heart attack?” David wrote.

David also wrote about his friendship with Binta, how they’ve been working together and the happy energy she had towards life.

“Wasn’t even looking at the camera here even though Binta wanted me to. She was like part of the furniture in my life, so this one photo wouldn’t matter.

“From NYSC camp in Ifisin-Ekiti in 2013 to passing out in Ado-Ekiti in 2014, this smile never shook once.


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Sade Adewale

Sade Adewale is an experienced editor. She Studied Sociology at the Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti. Diploma in Journalism in Lateef Jakande House, Ogba, Ikeja, Lagos State. Contact: [email protected]

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