Blames Ricks for Negligence

Moses Zuahdyu, uncle of the past due 13-year-old Willvette Angel Nagbe, has instructed FrontPageAfria that the circle of relatives does now not know Ms. Lisa Jackson, whom Ricks Institute says, is of their file, because the “legal guardian” of his deceased niece.

Zuahyu even mentioned that for the reason that incident befell, Ricks’ management hasn’t long past to look the circle of relatives.

“So how can they say they want an autopsy when they have not even sat with the family to discuss anything?”

According to Zuahyu, it was once classmates of Angel and the alumni affiliation, who went in their very own names and now not the management, to seek advice from with them, circle of relatives.

He denied having any dialog with Ricks Institute on whether or not an post-mortem must be carried out at the stays of Angel and stressed out this is but to pay the circle of relatives a seek advice from.

When requested about this purported aunt known as Lisa Jackson, whom it’s reported to have administered injections to Angel, he stated they have no idea any Lisa Jackson to be hooked up to their circle of relatives. Neither do they know her as any “legal guardian” to Angel as is reportedly within the college’s record.

“It is one Prince Nelson, who is the contact person for Angel and not Lisa, or maybe Lisa Jackson is Prince’s wife. But we do not know her,” he disclosed.

Zuahdyu additional argued that he does now not perceive why the varsity would say a girl gave injections to Angel when she was once intended to be below the varsity’s watch and supervision in this box commute.

“Even if Ricks is saying someone administered injections to Angel, she was in the school’s care. So, why did they allow someone to give her an injection? We entrusted our daughter in your care; so where was the school administration when this person was giving her the injection? Even if someone gives her an injection, how did she come in contact with that person without the knowledge of the school’s administration since they took her from Monrovia to Buchanan?”

The deceased uncle stated he wasn’t disputing that anyone gave or did not give Angel injections, however his competition is that she was once within the college’s care; including: “So where did they leave her for this to happen?”

He stressed out that the circle of relatives needs to grasp the reason for dying; alternatively, they aren’t prepared for an post-mortem to be finished at the stays of Angel.

“My sister told me the girl’s mother, who is in the US, does not want an autopsy to be done on her daughter. We have not reached that point yet, but we will meet with our lawyer and decide if the family wants an autopsy or not,” he mentioned.