Staff of Jos University Teaching Hospital Celebrate Exit Of ‘Heartless, Stoned Cold Tyrant’ CMD (VIDEO)
Staff at the Jos University Teaching Hospital, JUTH, took to the streets on Friday to commemorate the departure of Prof. Edward Banwat, the hospital’s Chief Medical Director (CMD), whose eight-year term officially ended on December 31, 2021.
The former CMD’s reign was regarded as a “evil age” by the staff, who displayed placards with varied inscriptions, and the guy himself as a “heartless, stone cold tyrant.”
Banwat ceased paying Christmas bonuses to JUTH employees, according to JOHESU Secretary Comrade David Atu, and staff welfare was never prioritized during his term.
He claims that they have not been paid their salaries, that the hospital is out of supplies, and that the MRI and CT scan machines are both broken.
Patients are frequently referred to Bauchi, according to Atu.
In other news, the Ghana Police after investigation of the death of American Instagram model, Tyger Booty, has stated that she was discovered dead in a hotel room in the country flew in from Nigeria.
Booty was supposedly found to be COVID-19 positive upon arrival and was forced to self-isolate at the Ave Maria Hotel in South Legon, but she was rescued from isolation by her friends on December 6, 2021, before the experiment was completed.
Booty was then accommodated in the Rayporsh Hotel in Abelemkpe, according to Ghana police, and attempted to return to Nigeria but was unable to due to visa complications. She was said to have returned to the hotel afterward.
The death has been reported to the US embassy as the police await a thorough autopsy report. It was also discovered that two people are being held by the police and are assisting with the investigation.