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A WHOLE TEMA GENERAL HOSPITAL DOESN’T HAVE A STANDBY GENERATOR? – Keche Joshua Fumes Over Viral Baby Video

Keche Joshua, a popular musician and member of Ghanaian music duo, Keche has voiced his worst disappointment in the authorities, who are in charge of the Tema General Hospital, which is going through a serious power outage.

His response is related to a widely shared video showing infants at the Tema General Hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit fighting for their lives because of power outages.

In the aforementioned video, a ward that had become completely dark was home to battling newborns, some of whom were dependent on oxygen.

As the babies were captured hopelessly resting in their beds, a “worried” female voice—possibly belonging to a member of the hospital staff—drew the public’s attention to the incident.

She said, “There are lights out here at the Tema General Hospital. This baby is on CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) and all of it has gone off. While there is oxygen available, there is no flow meter to connect… If we don’t get light in a few minutes, the probability that we might lose a lot of babies is high.”

Since then, various netizens have expressed alarm over this development, and Keche Joshua, who appears to have been following recent events, has weighed in on the conversation.

The Ghanaian musician, who believes that the problem is quickly turning into a threat, resorted to social media to voice his frustration and anger over it.

“I see something online right now, I weak. A whole Tema General Hospital doesn’t have a generator. They experienced lights out and there’s no generator. I’m in shock! Kids and newborn babies who are on oxygens are dying. Light out and no generator. A whole Tema General Hospital? So, it means if someone is undergoing surgery and there’s a blackout, the person can die in the process. I’m shocked.

“What is this? So, who is in charge? People too dey pay money, so they can’t just have some generator for some corner wey go automatically bring lights on if e go off? We are jokers in this country!” he expressed his frustration, mixing English with Pidgin.

Concerns regarding the nation’s recent surge in power outages have grown as a result of the occurrence.

In an attempt to cope with the crisis, Ghanaians have demanded a load-shedding schedule, but the Ministry of Energy and the Electricity Company of Ghana have refused to budge, maintaining that there is no need for a schedule.

 

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