Immigration: Four Injured Job Applicants In Rivers Discharged From Hospital

AN OFFICIAL OF THE NIGERIAN IMMIGRATION SERVICE CARRYING ON HIS BACK, A FAINTED FEMALE APPLICANT DURING THE SERVICE'S RECRUITMENT IN IBADAN ON SATURDAY (15/3/14).
AN OFFICIAL OF THE NIGERIAN IMMIGRATION SERVICE CARRYING ON HIS BACK, A FAINTED FEMALE APPLICANT DURING THE SERVICE’S RECRUITMENT IN IBADAN ON SATURDAY (15/3/14).

Four applicants who sat for job test of the Nigeria Immigration Service admitted at the Rivers Government owned Braithwaite Memorial Hospital have  been discharged.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that a stampede at the Liberation stadium, Port Harcourt, venue of the Nigeria Immigration Service job interview,  injured  some of the applicants.

At the end of the stampede,  four of the 12 applicants sent to the hospital, died, four were treated and discharged while another four were in critical condition.

A competent source at the hospital, who pleaded for anonymity, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Sunday that the four applicants, who were formerly in critical condition, had been treated and discharged.

The source said that consultants and experts were mobilised to attend to four remaining patients.

The source said the some of the applicants were discharged last night, while others left the hospital today. (NAN)

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