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My Emotions took the better part of me – Ash. Reg. NSS Director begs Nurses

Ashanti Regional National Service Director, Alex Opoku-Mensah has issued an unqualified apology to nurses in Ghana over his utterances at the Manhyia District Hospital.

He acknowledges that he could have handled things better but made his emotions take over the issue.

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Read His Statement Below


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(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


The Ashanti Regional Director of the National Service Scheme (NSS), Mr. Opoku Mensah  is reported to have stormed Manhyia Hospital to insult a nurse on duty over her daughter being invited to complete a procedure she undertook as a House Officer.

It is unclear what provoked the insults but an audio recording available to MyNewsGh.com captures an enraged Regional Director running down the nurse while suggesting that she is comes nowhere close to his daughter who is a House Officer

MyNewsGh.com gathers the daughter of the NSS Boss had earlier done a procedure on a patient but there were some complications and was invited over.

She in turn invited father who took an offense and stormed the facility in anger.

Source: MyNewsGh.com


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