Bulldog: If gov’t is building a church for God it should get hospital beds for men

Waakye, a well-known actor, passed away in the 37 Military Hospital.

Actress Grace Omabo aka Maame Dokonu commented on the passing of her coworker actor and disclosed that “Waakye” wasn’t given a bed when he was taken to the hospital on a medical emergency.

Waakye “was sent to the hospital yesterday after suffering from a slight stroke, but when he got there, there was no bed,” the actor Ekow Blankson added. After some time, he was able to find a bed thanks to one of the “Obra” guys who works at the hospital.

Maame Dokonu echoed what was reported and stated “He was treated on a stretcher at the 37 Military Hospital because there were also no hospital beds available. He passed away before they returned with the tools to care for him “.

Speaking on the country’s medical facilities’ lack of beds, Bulldog voiced dissatisfaction and said that, given that the government is constructing a church for God, they should also consider obtaining more hospital beds for people.

He stated, “These are things that our people in power should look at If we are building a church for God, I think we should acquire beds for men,” on the Accra, Ghana-based Hitz FM.

He claimed that if the actor had been admitted to the first hospital he was rushed to, he most likely would still be alive today.

Maybe if they had treated him when it initially happened, the timing would have been a little bit longer, he remarked.

Due to a bed shortage, Ghana’s healthcare system has difficulties throughout the supply chain.

Some of the people who were unable to have beds to be treated on received care in wheelchairs, plastic chairs, and on the ground.

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