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VIDEO:Unemployed professional nurse turns kayayei in Accra

Her hopes of taking care of patients dashed the moment she left the walls of the nursing training school in 2016 after several years of training.
Fadila Ndebugri, a native of Fumbisi in the Upper West Region has since gaining her professional nursing certificate in August 2016 joined the many on the streets to carry loads of buyers.
Fadila said she was forced to move to Accra to join her colleagues in carrying loads after the government failed to post her as a nurse.
“Am never satisfied because sometimes carrying the load, it’s very tiring, it’s very stressful but because there is nothing to do, I have to it because I don’t want to be sitting idle…,” she said.
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Fadila is part of the about 9,000 nurses and midwives in the country who have expressed their frustration with government’s delay in employing and posting them to the various health institutions across the country.
They have lamented that two years since completing their training, they are yet to be posted by government.
Please watch her sad story below:

 
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Simon Kabutey
Simon Kabutey
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