Ghanaian Gospel artiste, Hannah Aba Donkor, who recently was signed onto Media Excel Record Label has expressed her opinion on the attitudes of nurses and the selling of expired drugs to Ghanaians for consumption.
Aside music, her profession is nursing who works in the United Kingdom. She began her nursing career in Ghana and furthered it at the Metropolitan University, UK.
“Being a nurse is the calling from God and if you don’t have patience or love for humans, you cannot do it. Most people end up in prisons in UK because they lack these qualities especially” she stated.
In expressing her mind, she stressed on the fact that when it comes to Ghana, many enter into nursing because there’s no job.
She opined that, the way nurses smile, talk, and relate to patients is also a source of medicine but many don’t know.
She as well touched on a sensitive issue of lack of beds in hospitals for patients unlike UK such things can’t be tolerated.
“Comparing Ghana to other countries we are far behind in Health” she quoted.
She also assessed the country’s ambulance services, sales of fake drugs and others and termed it as disheartening.
She ended by pleading to any Government that comes into power to take the Health sector very serious and it is her prayer to own a hospital in the country as a nurse to enhance her ministry as a gospel singer.