- #Fixthecountry has been trending on Twitter in Ghana with calls for the government to fix the broken parts of the economy
- A video that has surfaced among the trends is on the Afari Military Hospital with a 500-bed capacity, built under Mahama but currently abandoned
- The video which was shot by a former deputy minister in Ashanti Region shows how the place has been left to the weather
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Afari Military Hospital, which is located between Kumasi and Nkawie in the Atwima Nwabiagya District of the Ashanti Region of Ghana, has been captured in a recent video.
Amidst the trending hashtag calling on the government to FixTheCountry, the video that was taken by a former Ashanti Regional Deputy Minister showed that the place has been abandoned.
The hospital was built and commissioned under former President John Dramani Mahama but has now been left to the mercy of the weather after power exchanged hands.
See the video below:
The 500-bed hospital is left unused.
Meanwhile, a disturbing video surfaced on social media showing the deplorable state of nursing mothers lying on the bare floor with their day-old babies.
The footage sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Twitter handle of Ameyaw Debrah was taken at the Manhyia Government Hospital in Kumasi, Ashanti Region, as the voice-over in the footage indicated.
The only layer of support that lay between the mother, their kids, and the floor in the video were thin cloths instead of comfortable mattresses at least.
In a video shared by YEN.com.gh recently, the political leader went to the abandoned $280 million Saglemi Housing Project which was started under President Mahama to take a video of how things were deteriorating.
Whilst lamenting about the state of the place, Hassan Ayariga mentioned in passing that he had come to the location to visit his 50-acre land that he purchased to build his own housing project.
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