5 comments on “KNUST HOSPITAL – COME AGAIN

  1. they might have a good reason for demanding money before usage but i think common sense was not present at the time of decision taking. how on earth would u demand a patient to pay before using the washroom of the hospital she is accredited to receive treatment. this is extremely preposterous. so it means if a patient would have to pay 20 pesewas to use the facility and by the insistence of his/her plight uses the washroom for about ten times, it means 2 cedis must be available or else the forfeiture of usage. mmm hhhhmmmm! this is pure extortion and inhumanity. i wonder the kind of administrators we have in this hospital these days.

  2. my question is, how are we going to improve the systems that we seem to have developed for ourselves? these systems that seem to ”un-develop” us instead of develop us?? what channels do we use to show our condemnation for such unspeakable policies?? This (blog) is one of the very first steps. how do we challenge our authorities??

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