Minister for Foreign Affairs concerns and Provincial Joining, Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey has invalidated cases that the Ghanaian clinical understudy who passed on in Cuba was not given clinical consideration. She made this case when the Cuban Envoy to Ghana paid a functioning visit to her at the International concerns Service.
As per her, “As a result of online media, a wide range of things get into the public area, and it is hard to tell what is reality or something else. We got the information on the passing of the second year understudy with a great deal of concern however what is significant is that he was not denied any clinical consideration. That is vital and should be noted by all.”
Talking on this issue, Leader Head of the GNPC Establishment, Dr Dominic Eduah said the remaining parts of the late Erasmus Klutse will be flown back to Ghana after the post-mortem examination. He noticed that the Establishment is prepared to foot the bills of all posts made on the human remaining parts.
“We examined it, and we are hanging tight for the full post-mortem report, and after that GNPC is on backup and is focused on guaranteeing that the body is gotten as right on time as workable for the important ceremonies to be attempted,” he said in an interview with Citi News.