Reports just reaching us have confirmed the actual cause of Senator Stella Oduah’s son.
Barely 24 hours ago, BuzzNigeria had reported that the former minister of aviation had lost her 28 year old son after a brief illness.
Medical professionals at the Nizamiye Hospital in Abuja have confirmed that Stella Oduah’s son, Maxwell Omabuwa Chinedu Etoromi, died after suffering a brain hemorrhage.
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Maxwell Etoromi, Senator Stella Oduah’s first son was reported to have died at a Turkish private hospital in Abuja due to the wrong prescription.
The late Maxwell Chinedu Etoromi, died yesterday after he took a wrong medication prescribed for him following a tooth surgery.
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The 28-year-old Maxwell was a graduate of Guildford College in the UK and returned to the country recently.
According to doctors at Nizamiye Hospital, Abuja, Maxwell was admitted into their care from a Turkish private hospital, Zankli Medical Centre.
Sadly, he died almost immediately.
One of the doctors who spoke anonymously said:
“He was brought to us with the request that we admit him, and we said, why not?.
“Despite our best efforts he died in our care just 30 minutes after we admitted him.
“We could not do anything to revive him because he arrived in a coma.
“We tried cardiac life support, but it was too late by the time he arrived.”
Although the doctors were not disposed to reveal the cause of death, they, however, issued a death certificate in which they reported that he had significant hemorrhaging.
Reports say Mr. Maxwell Etoromi had arrived the hospital with a “subarachnoid hemorrhage” on Thursday evening around 6PM.
According to one doctor, he was already in the worst stage of coma possible.
Stella Oduah’s Son, Maxwell later died some 30 minutes later.
Causes of subarachnoid hemorrhaging may include: bleeding disorder, traumatic head injury, incorrect use of blood thinner.
Maxwell’s mother, Senator Stella Oduah served in the Goodluck Jonathan administration as Minister of Aviation before becoming a Senator.