The House of Representatives has summoned authorities at the John F. Kennedy Medical (JFK) Hospital to answer questions as to why photo of the lifeless body of the late Sinoe County District #2 Representative, J. Nagbe Sloh in hospital bed, has gone viral on social media platforms.
Hours following his death, photos of the corpse of the late Representative Sloh were seen on social media, showing how his skin had peeled from his leg up to his thigh.
During its Thursday, 2 July session, the Plenary of the House of Representatives took the decision to invite authorities at the government – run hospital following a communication from Grand Bassa County Representative Thomas Goshua.
Representative Sloh, who was a member of the Independent Legislative Caucus, died Tuesday night, 30 June at the John F. Kennedy Medical Hospital after a period of illness.
Authorities at the John F. Kennedy Medical alongside all nurses who were in charge of the late Sinoe County lawmaker are expected to appear Monday, 6 July before the leadership of the House of Representatives to answer questions.
According to Representative Goshua, the photograph of their fallen colleague while being admitted at the JFK Memorial Hospital is currently being displayed all on social media with denigrating comments from viewers without regard to his family and the House of Representatives.
Goshua wonders how the picture of Representative Sloh got into the public glare when there’s supposed to be privacy for patients at the John F. Kennedy Medical Hospital and all medical facilities.
By Bridgett Milton–Edited by Winston W. Parley