The managing editor for insight news paper, Kwesi Pratt Jnr has stated that a letter sent out by Ghana ambulance service to defend themselves about one of their ambulance seen loading a lot of cement bags is an insult to Ghanaians and fumes at them.
The veteran journalist speaking on good morning Ghana show on Metro TV today, Wednesday, 2nd June, 2021 has stated that why should Ghana ambulance service released an unsigned press statement to the general public and be thinking that they won't read when the issue out there is very serious and people are talking about it across the country.
Already, Ghana ambulance service has stated that the ambulance being seen loading a bag of cements is not in their custody because the car has been sent to fitting to work on and the mechanic working on the vehicle took it to do his private business which they condemned.
After Ghana ambulance service made the press statement known to the general public, Ghanaians are very angry at them and Kwesi Pratt Jnr has also fumes at them.
According to Kwesi Pratt Jnr, what they done is a an insult to the general public because they thought that Ghanaians won't read their press release and will not identify any mistake in their unsigned letter to them.
" What are they taking Ghanaians for? This is an insult to the general public and how can you release an unsigned letter to Ghanaians when the issue has become a serous issue in the country?
They thought the people won't read and even if they read, they won't recognized any mistake and its very bad" Kwesi Pratt Jnr said on the show.
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