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#FixTheSickMortuaries: Few less Toyota Land Cruisers could renovate our mortuaries – Kwaku Azar

US-based Ghanaian Professor, who is also a private legal practitioner, Kwaku Asare has joined the crusade against the sorry state of Ghana’s morgues.

“It was painful to watch that video knowing that a few less Toyota Land Cruisers could renovate the mortuary,” Prof. Kwaku Asare shared his unpleasant experience with the ‘chilling’ mortuary report by GHOne TV.

He wondered how the State allocates resources vis-à-vis the overwhelming socio-economic
problems facing the country.

Meanwhile, some Ghanaian celebrities have cringed at the hideous sight of the mortuary at the state’s biggest health facility, the Korle-bu Teaching hospital.

After chancing on a well-detailed report by EIB Network’s Godwin Asediba that exposed the ills of the state’s mortuary, these celebrities have joined the #FixTheSickMortuaries trend on Twitter.

The awful scenes were captured in the 8-minutes long documentary which has sent ‘chills down the spine’ of netizens on social media including celebrities.

The likes of Stonebwoy, Mzvee, Sarkodie, Nina Richie, et al have all reacted to the report.

Ghana’s Sick Mortuaries report

The old and dilapidated building serving as a busy and functioning mortuary in one of Ghana’s premier facilities, Korle Bu Teaching Hospital is rife with an amazing amount of decay all over.

In the viral report, bodies being left to decay were littered on the floor and the improper drainage system in the facility was an eyesore.

Aside from the lack of space which has led to bodies being piled up on each other, mortuary attendants have been exposed to all kinds of health hazards associated with their job.


Watch the full report below




Source: Ghana/ Fm

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