My dad was a billionaire yet he died due to unavailability of ambulance in Nigeria – David Hundeyin

Nigerian investigative journalist, David Hundeyin, has revealed that his billionaire father, died at home due to lack of ambulance<<<READ FULL ARTICLE>>>

He made this known via microblogging site, Twitter while highlighting the dysfunctionality of the system in Niger and how it affects everyone including the rich.

Hundeyin said he used to think he would not be affected by the faulty society and other challenges because he was from a wealthy home, but his father’s death made him see things differently.

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According to him, when his dad collapsed on the floor of his N1billion mansion and there was no ambulance to convey him to the hospital he knew nobody can really be insulated from a system that does not work.

He shared the story in response to a man with username @nnamexi who said; “I feel that if Nigerians can personalise what hasn’t happened to them as something that can happen to them, we’ll all behave differently.

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I recall a retired army general lamenting the destruction of his house in Benue by the NA. Someone reminded him he led the attack on Oddi.”

Reacting, Hundeyin wrote; “Exactly the issue. We imagine that we can somehow individually exempt themselves from the state of the country around us.

I know I used to think that too, until my dad died on the floor in his N1bn 8-bedroom mansion because there was no ambulance to get him to a hospital<<<READ FULL ARTICLE>>>