- Musician Kwaw Kese has lamented the unhealthy conditions prevalent at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital
- The rapper who lost his son at the facility could not fathom how a ward could be run in such a manner
- Kwaw Kese lost his son after he was transferred to the facility with some heart complications
Award-winning musician Emmanuel Botchway, better known by the stage name, Kwaw Kese, has spoken again on the account of his son’s death and has lamented at the conditions mothers and their new-born babies go through at Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital.
According to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Livefmghana.com, the musician, who was speaking in an interview on Accra-based Starr FM, indicated that the condition at the Children’s ward of the popular hospital were very unacceptable.
The ‘Swedru-Agona’ singer alluded the condition of the Children’s wing of Korle-Bu to that of a prison in Ghana.
“I have been to prison before and if I tell you there’s no difference between the children’s ward and prison I bet you, I’m being very truthful. It is extremely unhealthy, the situation there is pathetic,” Kwaw Kese lamented on Starr FM.
After lamenting over his loss and the condition at the hospital, he charged journalists to investigate his claims to see if he was being truthful.
He added that he could not come to terms with the fact that a place that was supposed to house mothers and new born babies was in such a poor state.
He indicated that the place was so “vulnerable” which could cause health implications for both mother and child.
Kwaw Kese reportedly had his few-days-old son transferred to the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital after he had develop some health complications believed to have affected his heart.
The baby was transferred to Korle-Bu on Friday, June 29 and died on Monday, July 2, 2018 after unsuccessful attempts to save his life.
Reports have it that, doctors at Korle-Bu indicated that there was little to be done to save the baby resulting in his unfortunate demise.
After news of the death of the baby went viral, the rapper took to his social media account to grieve over his loss with the simple but heavily-emotional words, “It is well”.
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