13-year-old boy who was born without an intestine is now under Dr. SANWO-OLU’s care.

•The Governor Pays a Visit to Debola at LASUTH
Adebola Akin-Bright, a 13-year-old kid, was admitted to the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), Ikeja, with a tiny portion of his intestines missing, and the care of the boy was taken over by Lagos State Governor Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu.

On Sunday, Governor Sanwo-Olu surprised Adebola and his mother, Mrs. Deborah Abiodun, by visiting the Pediatric Ward at LASUTH.To save the boy’s life, the Governor promised to personally oversee his medical treatment, which included bringing in specialists from LASUTH and other facilities.
You may recall that Deborah Abiodun contacted Governor Sanwo-Olu through the social media group Safe Our Soul (SoS) to ask him to look into the disappearance of the small intestine of her son, Adebola Akin-Bright, who was 13 at the time.She stated that the incident took place at LASUTH while her kid was a patient there.

In response to these claims, LASUTH administration insisted that no organs or tissues were intentionally removed during Debola’s remedial operation; she had undergone an initial procedure at a private hospital in Lagos.
Before a remedial operation could be performed on him (Debola), our facilities needed substantial optimization. A skilled pediatric surgeon and her colleagues performed the operation, and they discovered some peculiar things. These results are shown in a video clip. Mother was notified of these findings but showed signs of denial, according to LASUTH administration.

The boy, Adebola Abiodun, has been receiving treatment at LASUTH for over a month, and on Sunday, Governor Sanwo-Olu visited the hospital and pledged to do whatever it takes to save the boy’s life.

After hearing from Adebola’s mother and the attending physician, Governor Sanwo-Olu decided to personally intervene in the matter. Adebola is a 13-year-old boy.Deborah Abiodun, Adebola’s mother, thanked Governor Sanwo-Olu for coming to see her and for agreeing to pay for his medical care.

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