Doctor SUSPENDED for disclosing Kuami Eugene’s health status on social media

A Ghanaian Doctor, Amina Haroun has been suspended for posting about Ghanaian artiste Kuami Eugene’s state at the University of Ghana Hospital.

Her license has been suspended for three months and she is expected to stay away from any hospital.

Amina Haroun incurred the wrath of Ghanaians for disclosing musician, Kuami Eugene’s health status after the accident

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The hospital worker who seemed to have been working at the medical facility where Kuami Eugene was receiving treatment shared a post on social media.

She wrote: ‘Kuame Eugene is here at the hospital with us and it ain’t looking good. Kindly Send Him a Prayer’.

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Amina has since apologized for her conduct indicating that she has learnt lessons from it.

Ghanaian Highlife musician, Kuami Eugene has been involved in an accident.

According to the reports, the accident happened at CP close to DSTV, after Achimota Overhead towards Dzowulu traffic light at 11:30 pm with Kuami Eugene in the driver’s seat.

He is said to have rammed his Range Rover Vellar into a stationary truck.

Even though the car is mangled, the musician is said to be doing well after he was rushed to the University of Ghana medical centre.

Kuami Euegene reportedly broke his wrist and is said to have a deep cut on his right hand.

He was rescued by the Editor for Modern Ghana, Ajarfor who told the website that “I was behind them so I stopped and rush to rescue them that was when I realised it was Kuami Eugene.


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