Ghanaians may have to say prayer for a nineteen (19) year old boy who is battling for his life at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital. The patient whose name is yet to be identified was a victim of Tuesday's shooting by the military at Ejura.
He was since yesterday recieivng treatment at the Ejura District Hospital for gun wounds inflicted may his lower back until the conditioned worsened. Medical Superintendent for the Ejura District Hospital, Dr. Mensa Manye says the patient transferred from the facility under an emergency when they realised he was bleeding around his lower abdomen.
Per his medical examination, Dr. Manye suspected an internal organ might have been damaged hence the profuse bleeding.
The 19 year old boy is to undergo some CT Scan and other medical diagnosis so as to identify the cause and stabalize him. The severity of the condition is rated critical.
No other lives have been lost among the victims that were rushed to the hospital. The good news as shared by Dr. Manye is that some patients have been discharged so they continue treatment at home.
Calm has been restored and police had intensified their patrols within the community to curtail any riot that might ensue. Investigations are also underway on leads the Police had gathered about the assault on Macho Kaaka.
The President learning of how the matter had escalated, directed the Interior Minister to commission a public enquiry into the incident.
The Minister is by the directive of the President tasked to provide appropriate recommendations and actions on the matter.
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