MFWA boss questions sanity of those who abandoned patient in Gomoa Ojobi

The Executive Director of the Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA), Sulemana Braimah, has expressed outrage and disbelief at the abandonment of a patient in the Gomoa Ojobi area, questioning the mental state of those responsible.

“I doubt whether the people who did this are normal,” Braimah said in an interview on JoyNews’ Newsfile, describing the situation as “bizarre and unimaginable”.

He suggested that the individuals responsible should undergo a thorough psychological examination to ascertain their mental state, speculating that their abnormal actions might stem from mental abnormalities.

Braimah called for an immediate investigation into the incident and urged the media to maintain pressure on the issue.

The Health Minister, Dr. Bernard Okoe Boye, has formed a committee to investigate the case, with a mandate to report its findings within 30 days.

However, the Executive Director of the Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII), Mary Awelana Addah, has criticised this timeframe, arguing that the evidence and accounts available should allow for a quicker resolution.


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