Mr. Halik Musah, a well known radio DJ based in Tamale, Northern Region, has received stiff criticism from residents of the northern metropolis after referring to nurses as prostitutes on live radio.
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Halik Musah, a radio presenter with Tamale based Zaa radio 99.3, seems to have made enemies of nurses, especially in the northern metropolis of Tamale after making what seems like unprovoked derogatory comments against nurses against nurses both on his Facebook profile, and live radio.
Mr. Halik Musah, popularly known by his showbiz name, DJ Tell, allegedly made his controversial comments on his Facebook page first, where he referred to nurses as being "useless in our hospital". DJ Tell goes on to write that he doesn't know how these "useless girls" end up being nurses.
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DJ Tell's verbal onslaught against female nurses received a swift response from a Facebook user by the name of Sundiata Sadia, who's response (captured in DJ Tell's own response below) seemed to struck a painful nerve in the popular Tamale broadcaster.
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Responding to Sundiata Sadia's post, DJ Tell slams the Facebook user by asking what adjective to use to refer to a "sex worker who calls herself a nurse and wants to defend useless nurses".
DJ Tell reportedly reiterated his opinion of female nurses on live radio, something that has reportedly attracted the attention of the national Media Commission (NMC). According to reports, radio station's management is under pressure to dismiss the radio personality.
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