Dr. Abib Olamitoye, a former chairman of the board of directors at University of Ibadan Ventures Limited and former president of the Ibadan College of the Alumni Association, has on Wednesday thanked Nigerian for supporting him in the face of recent allegations of sabotage and malicious damage being done on him on radio and social media by those determined to bring him down.
Owner of the four largest private hospitals in the Southwest of Nigeria, Olamitoye, broke his silence on Wednesday afternoon via the hospital’s verified Facebook page (Ibadan Central Hospital), saying he had been relieved for the first time since the beginning of November.
Olamitoye who was a former Special Adviser to the Governor of Oyo State on Health and Co-partner, Abib Olamitoye Foundation Ward, UCH, Ibadan was quoted by the hospital as thanking God for the release of hospital’s staffers in police custody since the alleged attack on the corpse of a 91year-old woman who died in the hospital recently.
“Last night, I slept soundly for the first time this November. Today is November 9th, 2022.
“The last eight days have witnessed sabotage and a malicious attack on Ibadan Central Hospital. To the glory of God, all the staff members that were apprehended have regained their freedom.
“With the redirection of my mind from the damage being done on radio, the social media attack of our brand and the news of woes being peddled, the burden I felt dropped. I went to bed light hearted and slept soundly. I give God the glory.
“At 65, after establishing the two biggest private hospitals South West of Lagos, and the two biggest private hospitals in Ibadan, having authored 23 books to help different people from various walks of life develop themselves and create wealth, and having various other companies both in Nigeria and the United Kingdom, which employ over 500 staffers, I thank God for a fulfilled life.
“Relief is, indeed, healing.
“I thank all of you who believe in my sterling integrity, spartan discipline and impeccable character. I thank you all for your support and and encouragement.
“Yes, there’s always light at the end of the tunnel and I look forward to continued impact in the society and the world at large,” the Chairman, Ibadan Central Hospital stated this in his reaction to the incident.