Mickael Essouma, Cameroonian Doctor suicide from hanging on the Bibby Stockholm barge, UK

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Mickael Essouma Death – Mickael Essouma a well-known doctor and specialist from Cameroon has been identified as the young male who tragically passed away from suicide Tuesday. Mickael Essouma was a known member of The network of immunity in infections, malignancies, and autoimmunity (NIIMA), Universal Scientific Education and Research Network (USTRENN).

When three police cars and two ambulances responded to the report of a sudden death of a resident on the Bibby Stockholm at 6:22 a.m. this morning, according to Dorset Police, and officers are conducting enquiries into the circumstances of the incident. According to the charity Care4Calais, “the UK government must take responsibility for this human tragedy”.

“They have knowingly ignored the trauma they are causing to people who are sent to the Bibby Stockholm, as well as the hundreds of people who are being housed in former military barracks,” stated CEO Steve Smith.

People’s mental health is seriously declining, and they are being cut off from the rest of society. We have been routinely reporting residents’ suicidal thoughts, but nothing is done about it. According to the charity Freedom from Torture, until the government “stops forcing refugees into unsafe and undignified accommodation,” “we will continue to see horrific stories of deaths, suicide attempts, serious health issues, and unnecessary suffering.”

Mickael Essouma was a well respected doctor from the Faculty of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, at the University of Yaoundé I, in Cameroon. According to locals, the young man died following the incident that happened on the Bibby Stockholm. Mickael Essouma had a MediFind rating of Experienced specialist for treating Milk-Alkali Syndrome. Over the last fifteen years, he has co-authored thirty-two peer-reviewed articles on clinical research. Specifically, he co-authored one article on the subject of Milk-Alkali Syndrome research.


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