= The commander of 37 Military Hospital has dismissed allegations made by a victim of the Atomic Junction gas explosion
- He said the health facility is providing proper health care for the Atomic Junction gas explosion victims
- His comments in the wake of allegations made by a victim that the hospital did not provide proper medical care for victims
The commander of 37 Military Hospital. Brigadier General Agyapong Yeboah, has dismissed claims that it did not provide proper medical care to a victim of the Atomic Junction gas explosion.
According to Brigadier General Agyapong Yeboah, the hospital along with government, and other private donors have provided proper care, free of charge, for all victims of the disastrous gas explosion.
Brigadier General Agyapong Yeboah's comments come in the wake of allegations made by one Abraham Tetteh, a victim of the Atomic Junction Gas explosion who absconded from the hospital and accused the medical facility of providing sub-standard medical healthcare delivery.
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“My burnt back has been smelling very badly. I was in the Hospital during the visit of the Vice President who told us government will support us,” he said.
Mr. Tetteh related that the hospital initially provided proper healthcare, but that once the situation began to deteriorate, he opted to checkout and move to another health facility.
Now responding to the allegations, Brigadier General Agyapong Yeboah referred to Mr. Tetteh's comments as "a big lie". The Brigadier General expressed disappointment at the fact Mr. Tetteh, who reportedly never misses his meals, failed to tell journalists that the victims are also provided with three meals a day by the hospital.
“It is a big lie. He was in the ICU and as of now, those who are there are still being looked after... He [Tetteh] was scheduled for the theatre; all his medications are still here.” Said Brigadier General Agyapong Yeboah.
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