- A nurse has been taped seductively twerking to BigTril's Parte after Parte song
- The nurse was videoed by another colleague gyrating her waist while on duty in a ward
- The footage has since gone viral
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A video currently making rounds on social media shows a nurse on duty twerking to Parte after Parte, a popular song by Ugandan star BigTril.
The medical caretaker was in the ward where patients needed undivided attention of nurses but she was videoed on camera on some wild twerking moves.
The footage did not state whether or not the nurses involved are Ghanaians, however, the video has widely been circulated on social media.
A similar video of two Ghanaian nurses who were removed from their workplace for going live on Facebook during work hours surfaced some months back.
One of the nurses identified as Trudy Ewurama was seen in another video with her boyfriend, Dahlin Gage in an aggressive love-up romance.
The management of the Royal MMR Hospital, where the two worked called their conduct "unacceptable" and "in breach of company regulations".
Tracy Ewurama and Ramatu were reportedly dismissed after going live on Facebook while at work.
The current video of the nurse twerking to BigTril’s song has gained the attention of some online portals.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported after serving some time in prison owing to a 10-year jail sentence, 100-year-old Akolobila has finally been released after an NGO campaigned to have him set free.
Akolobila was first handed a sentence of 10 years to serve at the Kumasi Central Prison after he was arrested by the police for possessing narcotics.
Prior to that untimely and unexpected fate, the 100-year-old man worked as a caretaker of a large farm before being laid off due to old age which affected his ability to deliver maximum output.
Akolobila lost his livelihood and at that age, he could hardly get another job to fend for himself.
He had to depend on handouts from loved ones and on one man who gave him money for food.
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