Please attend to patients with other ailments - Apostle Suleman to doctors
- Apostle Johnson Suleman has accused doctors in the country of neglecting other patients while focusing on COVID-19 cases
- The man of God noted in a Twitter post noted that people are dying because they are not getting medical attention
- Suleman pleaded with doctors in the country to attend to other patients
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Popular clergyman Apostle Johnson Suleman has taken to social media with a post in which he called on the attention of medical practitioners in the country.
In a post shared on his official page on micro blogging platform, Twitter, Suleman claimed that people are dying in hospitals because most medical personnel are more focused on dealing with cases of coronavirus patients.
The man of God made it clear that there were pre-existing cases before the coronavirus pandemic and noted that the actions of the doctors is absurd.
Suleman said: "Patients are dying in hospitals because doctors have focused majorly on those with covid 19. There were pre-existing cases in those hospitals before the pandemic."
Speaking further, the clergyman pleaded with doctors in the country to attend to patients with other medical issues.
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See his tweet below:
Suleman was also seen countering a follower who reacted to his submission. The follower had called the attention of the man of God to the fact that most private and public hospitals in the country are attending to patients with other medical issues apart from coronavirus.
See the exchange between the both of them below:
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Read more reactions to his tweet below:
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Some weeks ago, Legit.ng reported that Suleman took to social media to address his critics. The popular man of God in a recent tweet, revealed that he received criticisms for not giving to the government. Responding to them, he explained that the government is not hungry and that he prefers to give to the poor.
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