Thursday, August 6, 2020

National association of nurses disown nurses involved in sale of child, says they are not part of us

The Katsina State Council of the National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives has disowned and described the two suspected female nurses arrested by the police in the state as fake and imposters.

Identified as Misira Tijjani and Grace Ejigu of the Okmos Clinic in Kofar Kaura quarters, Katsina state, the two suspected female nurses were arrested on Monday by officers of the Katsina Police Command for alleged involvement and attempt to sell a newborn baby girl to one Eucharia Onyema.

The chairman of the Katsina state council of the National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives, Haruna Mamman disclosed this on Wednesday in a press conference held at the State Secretariat of the state council.

Mamman told reporters that the association swung into action immediately to authenticate the identity, membership, and qualifications of the two suspects.

“We visited the hospital and interviewed both the proprietor of the hospital, Dr. E.E Eze. The two imposters in question and our findings revealed that they are fake and imposters

“The proprietor of the hospital and the two imposters, even admitted that they were not trained and qualified nurses.

“We complained to the Deputy Commissioner of Police in whose office and before everyone present, they confessed that they were not Nurses, whereas a day before, they told the police authority that they were nurses.

“We will pursue this matter to its logical conclusion, they will be prosecuted for impersonation and defamation of character,” Mamman added.

5 comments:

  1. Useless people spoiling the image of nurses, government should start looking into private hospitals training auxiliary nurses who call themselves nurses.

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  2. Not expecting otherwise

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