No less than 16 dead infants are among the 108 unclaimed bodies that would be mass-buried by the University of Abuja toward August’s end.

The mass-burial, as indicated by the administration of University of Abuja Showing Emergency clinic, was a transition to decongest its funeral home situated inside the clinic at Gwagwalada, Gwagwalada Region Council of FCT.

In a public notification by the hospital, the abandoned and unknown corpses were brought into the mortuary generally by security specialists, including police and FRSC authorities.

It recorded that four children named Ayomide, Olaniyi, Gbenga Bidemi and Joshua were brought into the mortuary on November 9, 2021 while children named Kamibili, Chentiwu, Augustine and another unknown child were gotten by June 22 and 26, 2023 separately.

The hospital added that a set of triplets that were brought in on June 11, 2023, were at this point to be guaranteed too, taking note of that every one of them will be buried together on the off chance that they are not guaranteed in no less than fourteen day from now.

“The Administration of University of Abuja Teaching Hospital, Gwagwalada, wishes to advise the public and depositors of these unknown and abandoned corpses that in her endeavors to decongest the mortuary, will clear the unwanted carcasses assuming there is no case of the bodies following fourteen days of this distribution,” it read.

Daily Trust reports that among other 92 grown-ups to be mass-buried are Haruna Ibrahim, Musa Muhammed, Yusuf Ibrahim, Sugar Joy, Abdullahi Mohammed and Paul Ishaku while others are unknown.