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vero

this shows how deep down the hole the medical core in cameroon has gone. if they can allow their own colleague to die, how much more the common man/woman? too bad. for the family, i'll say take heart and allow God to be the judge in this issue. unfotunately she did not eat from the fruits of her labour-administrative bottlenecks with files.

Dr Ngwa Calistus

I am appalled at the utter lack of respect for human life displayed by Dr Wefon! How on earth could a man who had taken oath to protect and preserve human show such lack of compassion over a dead person? ("She died like any other person. It is no news,"). In a real society, you would not be able to bear the blow that would be thrown at you by the press, the society as well as the medical community.

Shame (witch, or rather wizard) doctor Wefon!

shuche

WE have no choice that is why people like theso called Wefo will exist and utter such statements. It is true that people will all die but let us give respect to our profession.
We have no where to go tht is the only thing we are left of as a hospital. so even if 10 people are murdered on a single day people are still bound to take the risk.

mbangha Christian, Tennessee

what is really happening? did wefon say that? what impunity!! yet he'll not be called to order, what a shame to our medical core! hope either the provincial delegate of the minister of health would investigate the matter, since it has come to the media, cos I know thousands of such cases go on everyday. what a country, anarchy, chaos and confusion!

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