- Anas' latest exposé shows two doctors at Ridge Hospital who were allegedly selling PPEs for personal gain
- A statement by the hospital has indicated how that is not entirely true
- Ghanaians have been reacting massively to this development
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Ghanaians have been reacting massively to the exposé that investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, released about two staff of Ridge Hospital who were cashing in on COVID-19.
The documentary by Anas and his BBC Africa Eye team shows two medical practitioners, Thomas Osei and Divine Kumodzi, selling Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) which were meant for the frontline workers.
A statement released by the management of the hospital indicates that the PPE was not actually for the hospital so the doctors had their rights to them, but not to sell in the hospital.
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Watch the exposé below:
YEN.com.gh has gathered some of the top reactions to the developing story.
According to Dansoman Mayor, Anas' move to allow the BBC into a 'trivial' case only paints Ghana black.
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Man like Hamz quickly responded, indicating that the focus must always be on condemning the act of corruption.
Kobby, who brought out the statement by Ridge Hospital, stated how confusing the whole issue had become.
NtimBarima spotted a huge flaw in Anas' video and called for his arrest.
In a separate report on COVID-19, Ghanaian entrepreneur, Robert Klah, who suffered from severe conditions due to the coronavirus, has shared his harrowing experience.
Robert Klah shared his story in a professionally-made video sighted by YEN.com.gh on his personal Facebook handle.
According to the fully-recovered patient, he was taken to hospital on May 25, 2020, and was confirmed to have different conditions that showed COVID-19 had taken a great toll on his body.
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