Popular Accra-based Crime Check TV channel has just paid the hospital bills of some women who delivered their babies in one of the government hospital in Accra, but have been detained at the hospital because of their inability to pay for the services rendered to them by the hospital.
According to Crime Check TV Gh, this act of humanity is part of their health check series. They also stated clearly that the Ghanaian government needs enough funds to run our government hospitals because there are some many patients in the hospital that cannot pay their hospital bills because of the rate of poverty in the country.
They asked the government to soften it's stance on poor Ghanaian women who find themselves in the bottom of the poverty bracket and cannot afford health care.
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