It was really a horrible experience like Shivajeet Kumar, an Indian expatriate hanged himself on the Dangote refinery website
Latestarena He understands that Kumar, 28, a mechanical engineer at an Indian construction company on Sunday, April 26, would have hanged himself after confirming his positive status at COVID-19.
According to a report in the premium times newspaper, many of the Indian and construction workers were infected with COVID-19, as was Kumar, who committed suicide at the Dangote refinery.
Latestarena found that another Indian health, safety and environment (SMS) manager, Satyendra Sharma, who was the index case for the virus on the Dangote refinery website, also died as a result of the COVID-19 complication. One of Sharma’s colleagues revealed how they continued to work at the site during the blockade and how their friend died as a result of the COVID-19 virus.
He said Sharma fought for his life in the hospital for more than five days at Jajo Hospital, located on Saphire Estate in Lekki. He revealed that Jajo hospital headquarters declined the doctor’s request to allow Sharma to be moved to headquarters for further review.
In the meantime, the Nigerian government would have deliberately ignored the Dangote Group’s violation of its blockade order in Lagos, where Dangote plans to be Africa’s largest oil refinery.
Although state and federal governments have avoided questions on the matter, Nigerian police have denied knowledge of the major works underway at the site, during and even after the blockade
The denial by the police is maintained, despite a violent protest on April 27 by young people from the site’s host communities, such as Eleko, Tiye, Idasho, Akodo, Lekki, among others.