Heartbreaking: Ghanaian Man Weeps Over Death Of His Wife at Hospital in Kumasi; Video Stirs Emotions

Heartbreaking: Ghanaian Man Weeps Over Death Of His Wife at Hospital in Kumasi; Video Stirs Emotions

  • A man broke down in tears after he lost his wife at the Manhyia District Hospital in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region of Ghana
  • He has recounted that a health worker who attended to his significant other at a point abandoned her
  • Members of the cyber community, particularly Ghanaians have expressed their displeasure over the man's traumatic experience

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A deprived Ghanaian man broke down in tears after he recently lost his wife at the Manhyia District Hospital in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region of Ghana.

His wife passed after battling sickness for her life, but she succumbed to death.

In a video clip, he recounted the incidents leading to her death as he mourned her passing.

Ghanaian man weeps
Photos of Ghanaian man weeping and signage of the Manhyia District Hospital. Source: Cila Adjoa Duffuor/ghanayello.com
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Before she passed

The man recounted that health workers who attended to his wife took money from him without issuing receipts.

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He further claimed that a health worker who attended to his wife at a point abandoned her..

The clip in which the man weeps while recalling his heartwrenching ordeal has evoked emotions on social media after peeps saw it.

Watch the video below:

YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:

Ghanaian journalist Mabel Aku Baneseh wrote:

''I'm so angry and sad.''

Adomah Boachie said:

''We demand a lot from our leaders, but we are corrupt and dirty.''

Emy Nana Ginny commented:

''Until a lawsuit is brought against the negligence of some doctors, nurses, and administrators these things will never stop.''

Lenin Aboagye said:

''This has been happening for a very long time and will remain that way for a long time until we decide to start jailing negligent healthcare professionals.

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''All these government institutions need to be handed over to the private sector for management if we want to see competency and progress. We are never angry enough hence why these things will never stop.''

MrsAneetah Adu said:

''This is when I can boldly say Ghana's health system has failed! When human life seems to be of no importance! I'm so so sad!''

Rabi Kwamena Eboum Chakkim-Afful commented:

''This is the result when students are being accepted into the healthcare courses through whom you know, not through intelligence and ability.

Some don't know anything, nothing.''

Oheneba Safoah said:

''Awww, obviously he loved the wife to the bone. My condolences, daddy.''

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Source: YEN.com.gh

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