Cameroon – Laquintinie Hospital: Health institution accused of negligence by a family as a former champion was left to die!

Written by Deckson N.

Guy Banemi died after waiting all day to be cared for and operated. Those who accompanied him in the hospital ensure that all fees had already been paid and the drugs purchased.

Guy Banemi former weightlifting champion of the Littoral Region and renowned bodybuilder, left this world on Friday, August 26, 2016, on his 38th birthday. He passed away in the Laquintinie hospital where he was transferred two days earlier. According to relatives, the one nicknamed “Mark” was not supported by the staff as all costs, including those to be used to his operation, had been paid and the drugs purchased.

He was only waiting for the doctors. But, they were turning. Nobody came. It’s only at 18 hours when he began to convulse they began to resuscitate him and he’s gone, “said one of his friends at the microphone of the private television Canal 2 International while the mother of late shows the cardboard of unused medications.

Guy Banemi began to complain of stomach pains on Wednesday, August 24, 2016. He was taken to the district hospital of Deïdo. There he received an infusion. He was also examined. Scanner and radio could not determine the cause of his illness. In the evening, Deïdo doctors had him transported to the Laquintinie hospital. Guy Banemi had just been hired as a security guard at a hotel in the city of Douala. He leaves a 4 year old boy already motherless too early.

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