Two staff of the Greater Accra Regional Hospital have been suspended for engaging in administrative malpractice which according the hospital may tarnish their image.
According to the hospital, the two staff were caught selling PPEs belonging to a private individual by the BBC Investigative team “Africa Eye”. The items sold did not belong to the hospital, but their actions constitute a breach of the Ghana Health Service Code of Conduct.
The two suspended officers, Thomas Osei a Medicine Counter Assistant is serving a two weeks suspension without salary for inappropriate and unauthorized sale of PPEs on the hospital premises. While Mr. Devine Kumordzi of the sewing Unit of the hospital will refund all monies realized with regards to unauthorized and inappropriate sale of face masks on the hospital premises with two weeks suspension without pay.