Ashanti Regional NSS Boss Finally Apologises For insulting Manhyia Hospital Nurses


News went rife that the Ashanti Regional Director of the National Service Secretariat (NSS), Alex Opoku-Mensah has attacked a nurse at post at the Manhyia Government Hospital in Kumasi.

The attack was reportedly in response to the alleged intimidation of his daughter who is undergoing his medical horsemanship by the said nurse.

His daughter who happened to be in the same hospital had reported to him about the nurse who he accused of intimidating his daughter at the health facility.

In an audio recording, the angry NSS director is heard raining insults on the nurse describing the nurse who questioned his daughter as an unqualified nurse who gained admission into nursing training school through sexual favours.

In the latest development, Alex Opoku-Mensah has rendered an unqualified apology for verbally abusing a nurse at the Manhyia Hospital.

The Nurse corrected his daughter’s wrongful prescription for a two-year-old convulsion patient.

In a Facebook post, Mr Opoku-Mensah said the modus operandi he employed in handling the friction between his daughter who is a doctor and the nurse “has never been my style.”

According to him, he sought to mediate the issue between the duo because he considered the nurse involved as his daughter as well.

Meanwhile, the Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association (GRNMA) has since issued a statement calling for the immediate removal of Mr Opoku-Mensah from office for the misbehaviour.

“The Public Services Commission and Government for that matter should sack the said Regional Director immediately because he is not fit for the director position he holds in public service.

“He had absolutely no right to enter Manhyia hospital and verbally abuse and threaten the nurse in question who was on duty at the time,” the statement read.

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