THOSE THAT DIED IN PHCN WAHALA AT IGBANKE WERE VICTIMS OF MISMANAGEMENT- Ajato

 

The tragedy that struck on Wednesday
15th and Saturday 19th May, 2013 in Ake and Idumodin quarters, Igbanke in
Orhionmwon Local Government Area of Edo State, that led to the death of two
young men and leaving four others seriously injured has been described over the
weekend by Mr. Ajato J.M, a retired school principal as a great loss, resulting
from the non-charlant attitude to work on the part of the PHCN staff. He noted
that it is as a result of poor management, and the employment of
non-professionals into PHCN that led to such catastrophe.

                He
noted that some of the equipments that PHCN is currently using has become
obsolete. He thereby call on the government and private entrepreneurs to see to
it that the equipment used by PHCN is in good working conditions.

                Mr.
Ajato advised Igbanke people to always fight for their rights and shun harmful
practices capable of causing havoc in the society. He charged them to always
insure their lives and properties with Insurance Companies, stressing that by
so doing, when they incurre any damage, the Insurance Company will pay  compensation on claims.

                He
exhorted the government to always employ capable hands into PHCN and not
employing people because of politics or ethnic factors.

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