May 28, 2022

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LASAMBUS Officials Rescue, Deliver Stranded, Pregnant Woman In Labour, Photos Emerge –

  • A young woman in Lagos put a little boy to bed on Friday April 29, but not without the help of LASAMBUS staff
  • < strong>The woman, Shukarat Isa, was stranded before giving birth and was in labor when service officials came to her rescue
  • Shukarat and her newborn baby, who was born on Friday April 3 .3 kg was taken to Ikate Health Center for further medical care

Lagos – Officials of Lagos State Ambulance Service (LASAMBUS ) arrived to the rescue of a stranded pregnant woman in labor along Ozumba Mbadiwe Road, Victoria Island on Friday April 29th.

As reported in a Facebook post by the state government, the woman, Shukarat Isa, was traveling to Orile on a public bus from Awoyaya in the Ibeju-Lekki Local Government when the labor started.

Luckily, officials from the state medical facility assisted the young g woman who is expected to give birth to a 3.3 kg boy.

The post states that the Shukarat resides at 30 Akin Akinsheyinwa Street in the Awoyaya area of ​​the state.

After delivery, the mother and newborn were taken for further care and attention taken to Ikate Health Center.

The State Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi, explained that the incident happened around the Law School bus stop on Victoria Island yesterday.

Abayomi said this after receiving a report of the LASAMBUS team’s successful emergency medical response.

Sanwo-Olu renews commitments to Lagosians, while LASCOCO holding the first convocation ceremony

Meanwhile the state government had its ent expressed unity to maintain the resilience of the state by formulating people-centred strategies and policies that are needs-based and development-oriented.

Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu did so at the first convening of the professional diploma program of Lagos State Cooperative College (LASCOCO) in Oko-Oba, Agege area of ​​Lagos State.

Sanwo-Olu said that his government is working tirelessly on it to turn emerging threats into opportunities and to use digitization technologies to achieve learning and educational outcomes.

Represented by Commissioner for Trade, Industry and Cooperatives, Lola Akande, assured the Governor that his administration will continue to provide much-needed support that the College needs to run at its best.