A Nurse at Ridge Hospital talks about how Obour made his father to infect patients and nurses with coronavirus
A nurse who works at Ridge Hospital details how Obour Bice intentionally left his father to spread Covid-19 to other sick people and health workers because he refused to tell his father’s symptoms to the doctors.
A nurse at Ridge Hospital sheds some light on Obour’s dad coronavirus situation.
An elderly man died of novel coronavirus at the Ridge Hospital in Accra bringing the number of COVID-19-related deaths in Ghana to 4 as at March 27.
Later, the identity of the man was revealed as Nana Osei Boansi Kuffour who happens to be Obour Bice’s father.
Obour’s Father, Nana Osei Boansi Kuffour Dies From Coronavirus
President of the Ghana Musiga Association, Obour Bice, who also wants an MP in his constituency, lost his father to the deadly Coronavirus at Ridge Hospital on Friday, March 27.
Sadly, it has been confirmed that Obour Bice knew about his father’s infection but refused to give him the medical attention that he required by sending him to the hospital and making the health officials know the symptoms he shows when they’re home.
According to reports, Obour Bice’s father died before tests on him showed he had the Coronavirus symptoms.
Since Obour Bice declined to follow up on his father’s symptoms before his death, he made a physical contact at Ridge Hospital with some health workers that probably exposed them to the deadly virus.
The hospital has however made preparations to disinfect the entire ward Obour’s father was admitted into to make sure the place is safe for it’s patients and health workers.
The Nurse’s Details On Why Obour’s Act Was As A Result Of Wickedness
In a WhatsApp conversation between a nurse and the friend which has been sighted online, Obour Bice knew his father had the virus.
According to the nurse who was not on duty as at time of her conversation with her friend, Obour’s father came to the hospital unity three weeks ago before he suddenly gave up in life.
Since Obour’s father continuously went to the hospital, he had physical contacts with some nurses and house officers exposing them to be positive to the virus.
The nurse suggested Obour might have been afraid his father would have been isolated for sometimes and that made him not to tell the symptoms and conditions of his father to the doctors.
Obour’s selfishness has really done more harm than good because he can make patients who are not positive to Coronavirus but used the bed Obour’s father slept on and other nurses and health workers he touched to have the virus.