Man disguises as nurse, enters LASUTH maternity

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This was reportedly to have happened at Ayinke house.. Maternity section of LASUTH Ikeja Lagos .This man wanted to kidnap a baby. He removed his clothes and changed into Nurses’ uniform before he was caught. Hospital is not safe, BRT not safe…. Where is safe now? This Kidnapping is getting out of hands!!! God Almighty should please protect us from all these wicked people! We need to be more vigilant and security conscious🙏🏻!!!

A man simply identified as Fadeyi was on Wednesday afternoon arrested at the maternity section of the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), Ikeja.

He was said to have entered the hospital, changed into a nurse’s uniform and was roaming about when some workers spotted him as an impostor.

The Nation gathered that he was interrogated but could not give a good explanation about his presence in the maternity ward and why he had a nurse’s attire on.

People were said to have raised the alarm and started videoing suspecting him to be a child thief before he was eventually handed over to the police.

The video caused hysteria on social media with people linking his action to ritualism, baby theft or trafficking syndicate.

But The Nation gathered from sources that the man was mentally unwell and had been a patient at the Psychiatric Hospital, Yaba.

“From the viral video, his mother identified him and came to the hospital with details to show that he was unwell.

“People did not even know that he entered a storeroom, poured a pot of meat into the wash hand basin before changing into the nurse’s clothe.

“Detectives have verified from Yaba that he was a patient and was admitted there for sometime,” said a source.

Confirming the incident, Police spokesman, CSP Adekunle Ajisebutu, said investigation was ongoing.

He also confirmed that detectives had gone to Psychiatric Hospital Yaba to find out if indeed the man was a patient there and other useful information.

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