Kogi govt buries 65 unclaimed corpses
The Kogi State Government has buried sixty-five unclaimed corpses in the federal medical centre, Lokoja in Kogi state.
This was revealed by the General manager, Kogi State Sanitation and Waste Management Board, KSSWMB, Mallam Abdulganiyu Ahunni, in a statement he personally signed on Thursday.
The KSSWMB General Manager noted that the action was in line with the public health law of 1963 and Kogi State sanitation board law.
Mallam Sanni stated that the unclaimed corpses were suspected to be human kidnappers who were gunned down by law enforcement agencies at various points and date in Kogi State.
“The unclaimed corpses were evacuated from the federal medical centre and buried sanitarily on Wednesday to prevent public health crisis,” he added.
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