Ruth Eshun: We will withdraw our services in the A/R if police fail us in 2 weeks' time - Nurses

Ruth Eshun: We will withdraw our services in the A/R if police fail us in 2 weeks' time - Nurses

- Ghana Registered Nurses Association has threatened to withdraw its services in the Ashanti region if killers of the murdered nurse are not found

- They have given the police a 2-week ultimatum to bring the killers to book

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The Community Health Nurses Association and Ghana Registered Nurses Association have called for an expedited process in bringing the killers of the late community health nurse Ruth Eshun to book or they would withdraw their services.

The Ashanti regional nurses, in a report filed by Myjoyonline, have given the police a two-week or fourteen-day ultimatum to find the killers of Ruth Eshun.

According to the above-mentioned association, they would first withdraw their services in Sewua, where the atrocity was committed and then later withdraw their services in the region.

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Speaking to pressmen at the funeral service of the late nurse, the national president of the Ghana Registered Nurses Association, Perpetual Ofori Ampofo, reiterated that if investigations into the matter do not yield results, nurses will be forced to do the unthinkable.

“...we will withdraw our services from Sewua and its environs, and if it means extending it to the whole of the Ashanti region we will do that.
The most important thing is that we want to see the police working and investigating this matter to its logical conclusion,” she said.

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As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, the deceased was last seen leaving her workplace on Monday, February 3, 2020, but did not reach home.

While the police are yet to confirm the cause of her death, reports on social media suggest that she might have been killed by assailants after they gang-raped her.

According to a report YEN.com.gh sighted on Citinewsroom.com, investigators who visited the crime scene found a mobile phone which was suspected to belong to persons behind the suspected murder.

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