Every country's healthcare is the highest priority because a country with sick people is like a car with wheels; it can accomplish things but never move forward. Over the years, Ghanaian governments have abandoned hospitals and other facilities established by other governments in order to build their own, ostensibly to show the public that they are following through on their commitments. How can we expect our country to progress positively if its leaders continue to behave in this manner?
Freedom fighters have been exposing how our politicians are taking us to our demise, but it appears that we are unable to comprehend their message due to our political connections. Captain Smart, a renowned journalist, revealed today on Onua TV how an 800-bed hospital has been abandoned for the past 12 years due to a lack of finances to complete the project.
"This communication comes from Otumfuor Osei Tutu himself, not from me." Because they claim there aren't enough finances to pay the project, an 800-bed hospital has been left to decay in the woods for the past 12 years, but we are preparing to build additional hospitals. Many people do not understand why I claim Ghanaian administrations are sick, which hurts me a lot. Which serious country would abandon such a project and spend more money to build something similar?”
"The 12 years did not begin with Nana Addo; it began much earlier, so when I say Ghanaian regimes are sick, I know what I'm talking about. Otumfuor Osei Tutu disclosed in an inset video that the KNUST TEACHING HOSPITAL, which when completed will speed the education and training of medical health professionals in the country, has been on the drawing board for 12 years and appears to have been abandoned owing to a lack of funding. I've written to you, Your Excellency, through the Minister of Finance, and I sincerely hope that it is a top priority on your healthcare agenda."
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