Over the weekend in a series of thread messages, Law maker for Ningo Prampram, Sam George shared an emotional story of how a 12-year-old boy of his constituency lost his life after a plethora of hospitals failed to support his care. This story has received so much reviews as to why even 2 MPs couldn’t get the deceased a bed in the hospital.
On ‘Good Evening Ghana’, Paul Adom Otchere discussed with a panelist what the country needs to solve this lack of infrastructure in hospitals. Paul was of the view that Sam George was not far from the truth with his emotional sentiments. He agreed with Sam when he noted that Sam said the constitution needs to be revised.
It can be recalled that Sam said, “The Republic is indeed very sick and needs to be fixed.” Paul agreed and felt that the country needs a new constitution to come to trends with modernity. According to the doctor who appeared on Paul’s show, the boy even could not be resuscitated based on the delays because of lack of some equipment at the hospital.
She mentioned that one of such machines cost GHc 22,000 and Ghana has few of them. She appealed to the government and stakeholders to invest more into retooling hospitals to avert such things from happening again.
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