Complaints have been circulating on Facebook and Twitter, with relatives of a young man, Ahmed Umar, complaining that the Gombe state governor's delegation injured Ahmed Umar. He was so badly injured that he did not even know where he was for three days.
According to the report, they went to three different hospitals, including the Federal Government Teaching Hospital in Gombe, but were overwhelmed due to the severity of the pain in various parts of his body. They were eventually transferred to Malam Aminu Kano Hospital.
The biggest surprise that could be averted if this is true is that the government is still not paying attention to the boy, left him without seeing his situation.
The government is still silent, so it is better to go back and say that it is necessary to take care of this child, the government is sure to do him justice, because it is his right to do so.
Some of the Ahmed Umar pictures below: -
May God heal this young man, Amen.
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