Ministry of Health promotes division among nurses in Ghana

A group was formed by unemployed nurses (GUNMA) from 2017 with it's major aim to seek for financial clearance for all unemployed nurses.....
As part of the efforts to get financial clearance for these nurses, leadership of GUNMA decided to embark on Nationwide demonstration , this was to be started in Tamale but Ministry Of Health plead that it should be called off with the promise that they are going to release financial clearance for all nurses qualified for postings by 31st March, 2020.....
We adhered to the call and the demonstration was cancelled....
This is how MOH of health is causing division between these nurses..,
  1. From history , diploma and degree nurses of a particular batch has never been posted before the Registered Nursing Assistant Clinical and  Registered Nursing Assistant Preventive. NAC AND NAP are always the first to go because they don't do national service...
  2. Ministry of health seeking partial financial clearance for only diploma and degree nurses which may mean to the NAP and NAC that they are not relevant....
  3. MOH promised that financial clearance for NAC AND NAP will released immediately after the lockdown is lifted but do we hear now? "We are not in normal times " to engage NAC/NAP .....

MY QUESTIONS TO MOH..
1. Are we really facing health crises?
2. If yes, are the nurses currently working enough to combat this crises?
3. The president from his first address on COVID-19 gave a directive that more nurses should be recruited and ministry of health said NAC/NAP are going to recruited under certificate of emergency..
Does this really appears to be emergency?
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As at the time of this write up, ministry of health has not given a timeline as to when NAC/NAP will be posted....
Is there any hope for them if you can not post them in times health crises?........
The skills acquired by NAC/ NAP is gradually decaying...
Almost three years without a practice after school...
I believe this can only happen in Ghana, training health professionals with the tax payers money and allowing them to rot...
#POST 2017RNAC/RNAP NOW - Unknown Author

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