Though he has not been well for some time now, his death is very shocking to the management and workers of the hospital mostly his colleague nurses and has since send waves across the Yendi municipality after the sad incident occurred.
Mr. Abdul Bashit was a past student of College of Health Sciences, Yendi, where he offered the registered nurse assistant clinical program (RNAC), then health assistant clinical (HAC) for a duration of two years and finally gained his permanent employment in 2016.
Many of his colleagues from the facility and Alma Mata are seen crying uncontrollably after the sad news of his painful exit was announced to them saying he was a generous, calm, soft-spoken, determined, committed and an ambitious personality who served as a great inspiration to others.
The rate at which nurses are dying prematurely in the country is alarming as death case of nurses have since been recorded almost in every region of the country in the past four months.
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