-Leader of APC has disclosed that the Hospital of PNC’s 2016 flag bearer is poorly managed
-He has indicated that the PNC leader was the errand boy of the current president
-The APC leader has strongly criticized the appointment of the PNC leader as an ambassador
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The founder and leader of the All People’s Party, Mr. Hassan Ayariga has alleged that the health facility of Dr. Edward Nasigiri Mahama is the worst-kept and least-hygienic hospital in Ghana.
Mr. Hassan Ayariga indicated that even though Dr. Mahama was one of the renowned and sought-after surgeons in the country, his hospital is not good enough to house sick people because the place stinks.
Speaking in an interview on Accra-based Okay FM the leader of the political party added that the health facility of Dr. Edward Mahama which goes by the name, Superior Medical Centre which is located in Accra is not fit to manage sick people since anyone who goes there seeking treatment rather leaves the hospital with different infections. He hinted that many patients left the hospital with tetanus.
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Speaking on his own accord as someone who has witnessed the deplorable condition of the hospital, Mr. Hassan Ayariga indicated that his younger brother’s wife visited the hospital some four years ago to give birth. He said after her delivery, they had to send water in ‘Kuffour gallons’ and antiseptic to disinfect her before bringing her back home.
Some sections of the public including Mr. Hassan Ayariga have criticized Dr. Edward Mahama for accepting an ambassadorial position from President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo. Mr. Hassan Ayariga went on to call the 2016 presidential hopeful of the PNC, an ‘errand boy’ of the president.
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Party executives of the People’s National Party have also called on their 2016 flag bearer to either resign from the party or reject the position handed to him by the president.
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