Re:prof Fadahunsi (part 3)
Though I did not know he was dead, I would have written the initial article if I did, anyway!
In subsequent comments, I have cited other medibullies who are very alive and kicking! So, why the fixation on "death"?
If we are not unnecessarily emotional about this matter, you would agree that the need to perform autopsies on corpses is borne out of scientific curiosity...to unavel the cause of death...and deploy such additional knowledge to save the living from the disease detected....not merely to disturb the peace of the dead!
The law even allows for bodies of murder VICTIMS to be exhumed to aid detectives in investigating the circumstances of the homicide and cause of death!
The holocaust and its horrors were not forgotten nor Adolf Hitler granted unconditional amnesty just because he dropped dead!
I understand that our peple tend to be emotional about the dead....
Medibullying is still very rampant in our medical institutions. Doing diligent post-mortem exams of apparently "dead issues" should go a long way is procuring relief and reprieve for victims currently under the yoke of bullies.
Dr Tosin Akindele is a medical practitioner and public affairs analyst.