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Rivers First Class Graduate, Rebecca Sekidika Dies A Week To Her UK Travel | Citizen NewsNG

ByCitizen NewsNG

Mar 3, 2024

The family of Rebecca Sekidika, a 24-year-old first-class graduate of Benson Idahosa University, who died on February 2 after a routine checkup at Paragon Clinics and Imaging Diagnostics in Port Harcourt suspects medical negligent after an overdose of spinal anesthesia led to her untimely death.

The police in Rivers State have launched an investigation into the painful death of Rebecca Sekidika, a 24-year-old first-class graduate of Microbiology. The death of Rebecca, a vivacious and brilliant daughter of Sampson Sekidika, who hails from Okirika Local Government Area, Rivers State, occurred at the theatre of Paragon Clinics and Imaging situated in Port Harcourt, the state capital.

Her journey to the untimely grave was painful and brief. The promising beautiful girl was hale and hearty when she walked into the hospital’s theatre for a minor medical procedure but an hour later, she had become lifeless in a pool of blood like a dead cow on the slaughter slab.

If Rebecca’s parents, especially her wealthy father who has been working as a COREN-certified engineer for the Nigeria LNG Limited for about 25 years had the premonition of the danger that lurked around, they would have discouraged their daughter from seeking further inquiries into her minor health problem.

But February 2, 2024, began like a normal day.

Rebecca had advanced her preparations to travel abroad in pursuit of further studies. Her first destination would have been the Brain Station in the UK. She was billed to travel on February 9. Her father had already secured the required visa and paid for her flight and accommodation for a six-month course on Software Engineering.

The plan was that after her six-month course, Rebecca would settle down for her master’s degree and her PhD.

Indeed, she had already parked her belongings to take off for her trip before she decided to know her health status and to have her medical record handy. The UK-bound student was already undergoing online classes before the incident.

The only complaint that moved her to seek a medical inquiry about her health was her delayed menstruation. She ha

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