During a media briefing in Ilorin, capital of Kwara State, North central Nigeria on the sidelines of the ongoing nationwide strike of doctors, the immediate past President of the Association of Resident Doctors, University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital branch, Dr. Oyinyola Oluwagbemiga and his successor, Dr. Ade Faponle, on Wednesday said that due to the epileptic power supply in the hospital, doctors have had to use lamps, torchlight and phone light to treat patients in the hospital and had lost three people in an attempt to stabilize the power supply.

The Director of Administration, UITH, Mr. Ganiyu Yusuf said the management of the hospital spends N16 million monthly on diesel and N3 million monthly on electricity bills paid to the Ibadan Distribution Electricity Company.

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