Widow of the late billionaire businessman, Seinye Lulu-Briggs, has again cleared the air over the allegation that the autopsy report of her husband was not properly carried out.
Recall that an autopsy conducted on deceased in July confirmed that the late Lulu-Briggs did not die a violent death.
But son of the late business mogul, Dumo has held severally that the pathologist who conducted the post mortem was not the one authorised.
However, Seinye who made the clarifications in a statement signed by her spokesperson, Oraye St. Franklyn, said all lawful documents point to her late husband dying a natural death.
he statement partly reads, “The autopsy was duly carried out at the 37 Military Hospital Accra, Ghana. Col. (Dr.) Seth Attoh, Head of Pathology Division at the 37 Military Hospital, conducted it, with the assistance of Dr. Lawrence Edusie, a Specialist Pathologist at the hospital.
“Dr. (Mrs.) Seinye Lulu-Briggs was represented at the autopsy by two Pathologists: Prof. Adetola Daramola, a Consultant Pathologist at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital, who is also a Professor of Anatomic Pathology at the College of Medicine of the University of Lagos and Dr. Emeka Nwafor, a Senior Consultant Pathologist at the University of Uyo Teaching Hospital who is also a Senior Lecturer at the University of Uyo.
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“Chief Dumo Lulu-Briggs was represented by Dr. Francis Adedayo Faduyile, the current President of the Nigerian Medical Association and Professor Agyeman Akosa, renowned Ghanaian pathologist.
“Other observers at the autopsy included ACP Adaku Uche-Anya and ASP Justus Ogar, both of whom were formally introduced to the Ghanaian Police as representatives of Nigeria’s IGP. None of those present during the autopsy has queried how the autopsy was done to this very day.