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OSPOLY Graduating student With Kidney Problem Buried
Bamidele Joseph, the Osun State Polytechnic, Iree, graduating student with a kidney problem has bitten the dust, on Friday and has been buried.
Joseph kick the bucket around 2: 30 Am today at his family residence in Erin Osun, his grieving brother noted.
Recalled that Bamidele Joseph was formerly diagnosed with High Blood Pressure on September 23, 2022. The illness was said to have affected his kidney.
He has since then been admitted to various hospitals until he was discharged from General Hospital, Ile-Ife on account of having a less severe complication.
To run a certain test on Bamidele and treatment, Doctors have said he will be needing about 500,000 thousand.
Moreover, a source told our correspondent that the discharge of Joseph and his death might probably be because of insufficient money to fund his condition.
Joseph, who was waiting for project defence before the ailment got him admitted to a hospital, is expected to graduate from Osun State Polytechnic this year, 2022.
Joseph Bamidele who was buried today, was until his death, 28 years old.