‘I Cannot Move Back To Ghana Because Of Healthcare’ - Leila Djansi
Leila Djansi spoke that Healthcare in Ghana is poor therefore government ought to better it to save lives
Renowned movie producer/ director, Leila Djansi, has spoken against the poor healthcare in the country.
According to Leila, most health centers lack facilities, which has led to many deaths in the country.
Speaking on ‘Behind the Fame’, she told Lexis Bill that, she cannot move back to Ghana because of healthcare, for she doesn’t want to die if she could be saved.
Leila made reference of when she took a family to hospital for treatment and she was condemned to die by physicians due to inadequate health facilities to save her life.
“For example, when we took little Doris [a family member] to the exam ward, they put her in the condemned ward. So, when they put you there it means they've given up on you. You should see Doris now, she can run faster than you,” she said.
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“That's one of the things that really irks me in Ghana. A lot of people ask me 'are you gonna move back to Ghana?' I cannot move back to Ghana because of healthcare, I don't wanna die if I could be saved.”
The award-winning producer further revealed on how poor some doctors treats their patients. She counseled that physicians should adopt the habit of developing friendly relations to patients, which in other ways is a therapy towards the sick ones.
"I know I have come hard on the Ghanaian doctors and said they're not friendly but I think when you smile at your patients it goes a long way."