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Dangote’s Refinery: Indian out-lander Committed Suicide

It was really an awful encounter as Shivajeet Kumar, an Indian exile hanged himself directly on Dangote’s Refinery site

Naija news Understands that Mr Kumar who was a 28-year-old mechanical designer with an Indian development firm on Sunday, April 26, purportedly hanged himself following the affirmation of his COVID-19 positive status.

As per report a by Premium occasions paper, huge numbers of the remote expatriIndianate and developments specialist got contaminated with COVID-19 simply like Mr. Kumar who ended it all on Dangote’s processing plant site.

Naija News discovered that another Indian a wellbeing, security, and ecological (HSE) director, Satyendra Sharma, who was the list instance of the infection on Dangote’s Refinery site additionally kicked the bucket because of COVID-19 complexity. One of Mr. Sharma’s associates uncovered how they kept on taking a shot at the site during lockdown break and how his companion kicked the bucket because of the COVID-19 infection.

He said Mr Sharma’s battled for his life at the clinic for over five days at Jajo Hospital situated in Saphire Estate in Lekki. He uncovered that Jajo emergency clinic’s base camp declined its primary care physician’s request to permit Mr Sharma to be moved to the central station for additional consideration.

In the mean time, the Nigerian government have supposedly intentionally overlooked the infringement of its lockdown request by the Dangote Group in Lagos at the site of what Dangote plans to be Africa’s greatest petroleum processing plant.

While governments at both the state and bureaucratic levels have generally avoided inquiries on the issue, the Nigerian police have prevented information from securing the continuous huge development chips away at the site, during and much after the lockdown

The refusal by the police is kept up disregarding a fierce dissent on April 27 by the young people of the site’s host networks, for example, Eleko, Tiye, Idasho, Akodo, Lekki, among others.

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