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Pasuma & K1 Dancer Dead: Kemi Omotoyinbo Dies During Labour 3 Weeks After Wedding

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Oct 3rd, 2014 – Pasuma & K1 Dancer Dead: Kemi Omotoyinbo Dies During Labour Because Of Husband’s Inability To Pay C&S Surgery Money 3 Weeks After Wedding

Another beautiful soul has died in this our dear country.

Pictured above is a popular Fuji choreographer who passed away on Wednesday night at an undisclosed private hospital after her husband couldn’t pay the required money to carry out an emergency Caesarian Section operation on her when her delivery resulted in complications.

According to the friend of the deceased, all efforts to get the doctor to perform the operation proved abortive over her inability to pay the surgical operation money upfront.

Recall that Wednesday was Nigeria’s independence day (public holiday), her hubby couldn’t get the money because all banks have closed. He however pleaded with the doctor to save his wife’s life that he’ll bring the money on Thursday but the evil doctor refused.

Kemi who sent out an emergency help message to her friends got a response that they would give her the money on Thursday. She gave the phone to her hubby who took it to the same evil doctor with the hope of getting a positive response but the man said he would not move an inch until the N300K is produced.

Kemi reportedly gave up the ghost in the process.

The deceased got married on Sept 13, 2014 at White House Event Hall on Toyin Street in Ikeja Lagos.

Read what her friend said:

“The hospital killed her with their negligence and wickedness. Kemi would have lived if they had done the operation on time but money was more important than a young woman’s life.

“Kemi’s husband said he would pay the money the next day but the doctor refused and stated categorically that he would not move an inch else he pays 300,000. It was at that point Kemi decided to forward messages to people she knows so she could get help. She got responses that money would be made available to her the next day. On hearing that the husband went to beg the doctors again, still they refused.

No bank was opened and nothing could be done until Thursday October 2nd but unfortunately she gave up the ghost that night. My point is, the doctors knew she had to go through emergency C&S. they could have saved her life and get the money later. Nigeria is a very bad country I must confess.”

That animal in human skin must be brought to justice for double murder.

This is why many Nigerians prefer to travel abroad to deliver their babies, with situations like this, can we really blame them?

Chei!!!! So painful, may God comfort her hubby and her family.

RIP Kemi Omotoyinbo.



  1. Taiwo Nordveit

    October 3, 2014 at 3:45 AM

    These are one of the people that criticize Jonathan for his inability to save Nigerians form the evil acts of boko haram, even though they could have saved her life, they chose to let her die, it’s typical of a *****

  2. mercy

    October 3, 2014 at 3:50 AM

    How my GOd. Anything sat have to do with child birth is free here I’m IItaly .

  3. Alex

    October 3, 2014 at 7:34 AM

    If that is really how it happened, then to the husband of the deceased, forgiveness is a sin, don’t wait for the government, pass on judgement on a coded level.

  4. James Brown

    October 3, 2014 at 8:53 AM

    This is very sad. the doctor must be arrested and prosecuted for he killed that woman and the un-born child, the family must fight that hospital management and the doctor to a stand still seriously. This are the same wicked set of doctors going on strike because they want to be the CMD’s of hospitals. I hate Nigerian Doctors attitude towards there duty call.if you support the call follow now, #JusticeNowForKemiOmotoyinbo.

    • Sizzle

      October 3, 2014 at 6:37 PM

      Arrested for what? They should**** for saying something you dont have a clue about.That is not a general hospital it is a private hospital, they have their policies to adhere to, for sure the Dr. can not just refuse a patient treatment like that. Patient should pay, then she will be attended to.

  5. white

    October 3, 2014 at 8:58 AM


  6. Agy

    October 3, 2014 at 9:23 AM

    Does it mean there is no ATM machines in Nigeria to withdraw money

  7. chimi

    October 3, 2014 at 10:15 AM

    RIP this is pure wickedness. that fool should be sued. by the way ATM where also lock or how that money could not be taken directly through the ATM. this is really negligence. We suffer here in africa due to poverty and ingnorance and negligence. May her soul rest in peace.

  8. Chic

    October 3, 2014 at 10:17 AM

    Too bad. But this doctor is very wicked for killing this woman and the child.

  9. Viddy cool

    October 3, 2014 at 12:29 PM


  10. Teddy

    October 3, 2014 at 12:39 PM

    God Will Judge Them All Amen! That’s all I have to say

  11. professor

    October 3, 2014 at 1:36 PM

    @Chimi,you cannot withdraw 300 on the ATM in a day.That Doctor should be left to the general public for jungle justice. Simple arithmetic

  12. Grace

    October 3, 2014 at 5:01 PM

    Is too bad. May her soul rest in peace. Husband take heart. lets be real. We cannt put all blame on the Dr. Some of our Nigerians make people to be this wicket. If the Dr had performed the surgery successfully, the husband may not have brought the money the following day. He would have argue with them or pay half or not pay at all. These sort of behaviour from our people has made some of us not to be helpful anymore.

    Secondly the husband knew the wife was pregnant and choose to go to such costly hospital. Again as per the time the womans pregnancy was at that stage he would have save some money out of bank and ready to pay when such situation arise. They were supposed to be ready for such situation.

    Is a lesson for us all.

    • Sizzle

      October 3, 2014 at 6:34 PM

      Thank you!

  13. Barr ike

    October 3, 2014 at 6:04 PM

    Y blame the Doctor who has his family and business to jealously guard? y have we suddenly become emergency Judges; without proper recourse to the known fact that every woman in dire critical occasions such as this, must adequately prepare herself(monetarywise not excluded) for the delivery day.
    #3000000(not #30000) is a huge sum that the innocent Doctor cannot give away cheaply to chances.I’m human.i understand also, the Doctor should have accorded the required human face to the issue at hand. But, wether we like it or yes, Nigerians are extremely sly and dishonest in all material emergency situations.
    i’m pretty sure, this is not the first time this Doctor have witnessed such critical situation.
    Strange enough, we in our usual ‘Naija’ manner we are so impatient to ask, what has been the end result of similar agreement he had entered into in time past with previous characters he must have dealt with.
    my take, this situation is neither here nor there.Oluwa knows better.

  14. Sizzle

    October 3, 2014 at 6:33 PM

    Its private hospital! What was the doctor supposed to do? If it was government hospital then maybe it would have been a different case. If they did not have enough money they should have registered to the general hospitals, finish! Blaming the doctor, for what naaa?

  15. Sizzle

    October 3, 2014 at 6:38 PM

    RIP beautiful lady.

  16. owoh

    October 3, 2014 at 8:31 PM

    Am using this medium to plead to all doctors to be lenient in some cases bc money is not everything but l will blame the husband then the late woman ‘if it is nt there destiny’which is adjourned unchangeable.They did d wedding some weeks ago with thorough planning y nt dat of delivery.y d promising wen 3 pple would’ve used ATM to get d money.l beg it is poverty life jo

  17. owoh

    October 3, 2014 at 8:45 PM

    Please why nt using E transfer(on phone) to dat private hospitals account either the husband or dose pple dat promised to pay d 2nd day even borrow d money frm pple dat have access to e transaction.l beg it is poverty and negligence

  18. Prophet Gbenga Rotimi"KINI IWO NFE"

    October 4, 2014 at 9:08 AM

    I dnt judge people but this is what has killing most people in our various hospital here in Nigeria, very sad.
    May the Lord comfort his husband and all his Love one in Jesus name(AMEN).

  19. Prophet Gbenga Rotimi"KINI IWO NFE"

    October 4, 2014 at 9:12 AM

    I dnt judge people but this is our how most people die in our various hospital here in Nigeria, very sad.
    May the Lord comfort his husband and all his Love one in Jesus name(AMEN).

  20. Akinola peter law

    October 6, 2014 at 1:06 PM

    Am not here to jugde anybody but may her gentle soul rest in perfect peace.

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