Ghanaian Student Nurse Who Warned She May Kill Patients In A TikTok Video Summoned
- A Ghanaian nursing student has gotten into trouble for saying in a TikTok video that she will kill patients
- According to the yet-to-be-identified nurse, she was forced into the nursing profession by her parents
- The Nursing and Midwifery Council of Ghana has said an investigation has commenced to identify the lady in the video
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A young student who made a TikTok video threatening she may kill patients that would be assigned to her has been summoned by the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Ghana (NMC).
The Council said in a press release that it dissociates itself from the trending video of the student nurse said to be based in the North East Region of Ghana.
The NMC has disclosed that investigations have started to identify the said student and apply the necessary sanctions.
The young lady in the video is wearing the green-and-white dress for some categories of Ghanaian nurses, explaining that her parents forced her into the profession.
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“In case, I have graduated and you see me in the hospital, I mean working in the hospital, I am begging you ladies and gentlemen, run for your life because I may kill somebody there,” she said.
The TikTok video went viral.
In response to the video, the NMC noted the following:
“The statement made by the alleged nurse is a clear demonstration of ignorance about the Nursing and Midwifery Professions and therefore the public should treat it with the contempt it deserves.”
The Council also warned nurses and students from using the uniform of the nurses for non-professional videos.
Over 3,000 Nurses Left Ghana For Better Conditions Abroad In First Quarter 2022
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported in a previous story that poor working conditions have compelled over 3,000 nurses in Ghana to migrate to other countries in the first quarter of 2022 for better opportunities.
The disclosure was made by a top executive of the Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association (GRNMA), who fears a looming crisis.
According to a 3News report, GRNMA secretary for the Ashanti Region, Ebenezer Acquah, told Akoma FM that the migration of Ghanaian health workers, particularly nurses, to Europe and America needs to stop.
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