ACP Ofori Lied? EffiaNkwanta Medical Director Denies Releasing Medical Record Of Josephine To Police
Public confidence in the police might wane over a disputed claim that they have medical records of the second examination taken on 28-year-old Josephine Panyin Mensah who allegedly lost her pregnancy in a kidnap attack in Takoradi. Earlier this morning, the Acting Director, Public Affairs of the Ghana Police Service, ACP Kwasi Ofori told the media that they have accessed the medical record from Effia Nkwanta Regional Hospital, of the suspect [Josephine] and reports indicated that she tested negative for pregnancy, thereby confirming earlier report produced by the Axim Government hospital.
The news reaching the desk of TheProgrammeNews is that Josephine Panyin Mensah has confessed the truth to the police and the medical practioners at Efiankwanta Regional Hospital that she was not pregnant. This news was released by Empire FM in Takoradi. According to the police who released this vital information to the radio station, he said the woman confessed whilst crying and asking for forgiveness as his husband looked very surprised upon hearing it.
The 29-year-old woman, Josephine Panyin Mensah, who was allegedly kidnapped and found by the Police has asked forgiveness that she was not pregnant. Josephine confessed to a team of medical and investigation officers heeding to her at the Effia-Nkwanta Regional Hospital in the Western Region. Reports has it that the woman has asked forgiveness amidst uncontrollable tears from her husband Michael Simons who happens to be innocent and in a state of surprise.
Management of the Effia-Nkwanta Regional Hospital has refuted claims made by the Police in respect of the medical records of Josephine Panyin Mensah, the 28-yr-old lady at the centre of the pregnancy-kidnapping brouhaha. Earlier, the Acting Director General of the Ghana Police Service's Public Affairs Directorate in an interview on Joy News said the results of the Effia-Nkwanta Regional Hospital affirms the previous outcome which was conducted by the medical doctors at Axim Government Hospital.
Management of the Effia Nkwanta Regional Hospital has closed down the Antenatal Care Unit, Child Welfare Clinic, and the Ear Nose and Throat Unit, after a record staff tested positive for the novel coronavirus. The three units in the hospital, have been disinfected and other protocols effected to contain the infection. Medical Director of the hospital, Dr. Joseph Tambil who confirmed the news, said the infected staff has been isolated and all other contacts and staff at the above units in the hospital asked
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Staff of Effia Nkwanta Hospital tests positive for COVID-19 leaving ANC, CWC, and ENT Units closed down
Management of the Effia Nkwanta Regional Hospital, Sekondi in the Western Region has closed down the Antenatal Care Unit, Child Welfare Clinic, and the Ear Nose and Throat Unit, after a record staff tested positive for the novel coronavirus. The three units in the hospital, have been disinfected and other protocols effected to contain the infection. Medical Director of the hospital, Dr. Joseph Tambil who confirmed the news, said the infected staff has been isolated and all other contacts and staff at the ab
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Medical Director for Effia Nkwanta Regional Hospital, Dr. Joseph Tambil has confirmed that some of their health professionals been infected with the novel coronavirus. He explained that these cases are contacts of the record staff at the Antenatal Clinic, that tested positive for the virus last week. Dr. Tambil was however hesitant in confirming the number of health workers that have contracted the disease. He told Skyy Power fm in an interview that, management was highly expectant of having a communal spre