Ex-president John Mahama took to Twitter to express his dissatisfaction with the 70-year old man who died after 7 hospitals ‘rejected him’ over lack of beds.
However, Mahama attracted some “heat” unto himself concerning his tweet about the “no-bed syndrome from some social media trolls.
A few days ago, the late Prince Anthony Opoku Acheampong reportedly died in his car at the LEKMA Hospital in Accra, after seven hospitals turned him away over claims that there were no beds.
Ex-president Mahama tweeted: “Very sad development. There are some who said “we don’t eat roads! We don’t eat hospitals!”. We must expand access to health facilities across the country.”
Check out some of the responses on ex-president Mahama’s tweet:
This kind of tweets are done by grass root supporters and not a formal president… Protect your dignity
— Eno (@enoayim) June 15, 2018
Dumsor killed my Aunt in 2014 who was president? Sje died the next day 3M$ was carried to brazil….what r u talking of sia man
— D£$MO₦€¥ (@iamdesmonds) June 15, 2018
You again lol.during your time all 70yr olds that visited the hospital as emergency patient got a bed right?NPP ooo NDC ooo yaamutu
— Kwame Boateng (@silkblitzz) June 15, 2018
It's now becoming curse of being born a Ghanaian
FROM FLYING PAN TO FIRE
GOD SAVE GHANA
— Sizeless Anaba Emmanuel De Versatile (@anaba_emmanuel9) June 15, 2018
And you had courage to type 'flying' in capital letters?????. Such impudence?????
— Joe Bloe (@joebloe87) June 15, 2018
@joebloe87 you are mean ?
— Tedbricks Music (@TedbricksAtchoe) June 15, 2018
@JDMahama but you also said we don't eat roads when you were campaigning in 2008.
— prince henneh (@PrinceHenneh) June 15, 2018
Who handles this account. Mahama you are a stateman now, what you tweet sometimes is just below the belt.
— Daniel Kwasi Asamoah (@DanielKwasiAsam) June 15, 2018
I think the opposition always has solution to every problem??
— Iyke Ainoo Tawiah (@IykeAinoo) June 15, 2018
Pls is this not you? pic.twitter.com/uT7VHgKX2J
— #yo! wossop?? (@CHRISMOORRE30) June 15, 2018
Now the dead goat syndrome has been healed thanks to Obinim stickers. #The problem with our politicians, they become wise after losing an election. Same people different party name.
— Kofi Obeng (@kokofiobeng) June 15, 2018
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