A four-year-old-girl, Success Isiah Aleburu, is at the moment unable to go dwelling after the administration of National Hospital Abuja insisted the household has to settle an impressive medical invoice of N275,000 out of N300,000 incurred on the hospital.
SaharaReporters learnt that the little lady and her mom, Grace Isiah, had been being held on the feminine and youngsters ward, third ground of the National Trauma Centre of the hospital as a result of they may not afford to pay the invoice for pores and skin grafting surgical procedure and different consumables.
SaharaReporters was instructed that Success was admitted into the hospital on July 2,2021, following a referral from Wuse General Hospital because of second diploma burns she sustained when scorching water mistakenly poured on her.
The incident occurred on Wednesday June thirtieth 2021 at Sabongari space of Bwari Area Council of the FCT when her brother allegedly pushed her in direction of the charcoal range getting used to boil a pot of water which splashed throughout on her physique inflicting secondary diploma burns.
She was rushed to the Bwari General hospital however the well being employees on obligation instructed the dad and mom that they may not deal with her situation and he or she was referred to Wuse General Hospital.
Success was thereafter taken to and admitted on the emergency ward of National Hospital for remedy earlier than being taken to the Intensive Care Unit. She was ultimately taken to the theatre for pores and skin grafting surgical procedure on Thursday, August 5.
The surgical procedure was carried out to allow her to stroll which was profitable.
Her father, Isiah Aleburu, was mentioned to have paid the sum of N37,000 out ofN312,000 invoice which incorporates the surgical procedure and consumables leaving the excellent stability of N275,000.
But because the docs had licensed Success match and beneficial her for discharge, the hospital administration refused to allow them to go due to their lack of ability to pay the stability.
The mom of the lady, Grace whereas chatting with SaharaReporters known as on well-meaning Nigerians to return to her help to allow them to go away the hospital.
She mentioned the nurses and safety guards had been monitoring her motion inside the hospital premises with the view that she could run away.
She mentioned, “I want to appeal to Nigerians to please help my family to raise the balance of N275,000 to pay their bill. They did not allow me to go out of the ward; even if I want to buy something, the security personnel always follow me.
“Even when my daughter goes to the toilet, the nurses will be shouting at me; where is Success? Where is Success? The nurse told me that they were doing their job.
“My daughter is tired of this place and my husband lost his job a year ago. The little deposit of N37,000 that we paid was raised by our church members and friends.
“We cannot afford many drugs that were prescribed by the doctors.”
As at time of this report Success may stroll along with her legs within the ward however she couldn’t depart the hospital premises until she paid her N275,000 stability. The account particulars of the household are; Grace Isiah, Unity Bank,0041150861.