A 60-year-old man has accused authorities of the Seventh Day Adventist Cooper Memorial Hospital in Monrovia of “bad medical practice,” but the latter has rubbished the claim.
Doctor Moses Sonii, Acting Head of the S.D.A. Hospital dismissed the allegation without further comment on the issue when he was contacted. But Alfred Wallace has blamed the hospital for his paralysis, noting they did “not-properly performed” his surgery.
For two years now Wallace has been bed-ridden, coupled with severe pain in his foot, which has paralyzed him as doctors at the John F. Kennedy Medical Center are unable to do anything about his situation.
“John F. Kennedy Medical Center’s doctors told me their inability to help but recommended for an advanced treatment abroad either in Ghana or United States because there is complication,” Wallace tearfully explained.
He claimed the doctor(s), who carried out the surgery on him, admitted to wrongdoing for “not properly performing.” He said instead, they demanded money from him which got his daughter infuriated.
Meanwhile, Wallace is appealing to President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf and others to help him seek advanced treatment abroad.