Iroko TV CEO, Jason Njoku reacts following the tragic passing of Nollywood actor, Junior Pope as he faults inadequate healthcare system in Nigeria.

Recall that yesterday, a heartbreaking news surfaced about Junior Pope’s horrific and untimely death after he drowned in a river in Anam, Anambra state.

Jason Njoku
Jason Njoku

In a live Instagram session, Stanley Ontop, a crew member of the late actor, claimed that Junior Pope was brought to a hospital but the oxygen supply was insufficient for his emergency care, and the doctor pronounced him dead.

Jason Njoku responded by lamenting the condition of Nigeria’s healthcare system.

Late actor, Junior Pope

According to him, anyone living in Nigeria is essentially in the hands of God if anything emergency medical-related occurs.

He wrote: “Just know, when you are living in 🇳🇬. Anything emergency medical-related that happens, you are essentially in the hands of God.”

Check out netizens reactions that followed…

Goke Adebisi wrote: “I heard UK and Canada are much worse. We have a lot of private Healthcare clinics who offer good service.”

theadventuremakeup said: “Not a lie at all. How can a hospital not have oxygen? Sometimes, it’ll be blood. Wetin you come get?”

cheta_chukwu_ noted: “For Europe ordinary say their citizen break down for road 2 minutes ambulance don show”


ason Njoku reacts to Junior Pope's death, bemoans poor health facilities in Nigeria




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