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NSS BOSS APOLOGIZES FOR INSULTING A NURSE AT MANHYIA HOSPITAL

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The Ashanti Regional Director of the National Service Secretariat has rendered what he called *UNQUALIFIED  APOLOGY* to the nursing fraternity for insulting them in a confrontation between him and a nurse at the Manhyia Government Hospital.

In a Facebook post, Mr. Alex Owusu Mensah said:

*UNQUALIFIED  APOLOGY*

I understand the disappointment and appreciate the inconvenience my action has caused the general public as well as the Nursing FRATERNITY and Manhyia Hospital.

*This has never been my style* but for a genuine reason to mediate a persistent issue between my daughter (a doctor) and a colleague nurse who I as well consider my daughter.

I do apologize for any mishap and assure all, there shall not be a repetition of such.

I look forward to maintaining a cordial relationship between any affected person.

Best Regards

Opoku-Mensah Alex

NSS Director

Ashanti Region

Nurses are however unsatisfied with the apology and demand further action taken against the man.

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