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Tears stream for justice as hundreds say goodbye to killed Ghanaian nurse

Many grievers assembled at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses at Sewua in the Ashanti district to lament the death of Ruth Eshun.

The 37-year-old healthcare nurse was horrifyingly killed by obscure attackers at Ayuom, close to Kumasi on February 3, 2020.

Grievers for the most part drawn from the 13 nursing associations in Ghana were considered shedding to be as they recorded past a white coffin which contained the remaining parts of their left partner.

Loved ones who thronged the Bosomtwe District town, spilt out tributes in the midst of singing of psalms at the grave service.

Equipped cops were additionally conveyed to the grounds to forestall any outcome. Agents of other partnered establishments in Ghana’s wellbeing area were additionally present at the occasion.

Leader of the Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives’ Association (GRNMA), asked the government to organize the security of wellbeing labourers, particularly in remote regions.

“We are all very much dismayed about the whole issue that is happening. We are united in one voice and all that we are saying is we need justice. Today, we have a husband having to be a single parent to take of three children. We do not want this to happen again. We call on the government to also look at the bigger picture in terms of security. We need justice for Ruth and we need for justice for the profession as a whole”, she told reporters.

One individual has been remanded into jail authority regarding the episode.

Numerous others are being addressed as police seek after different suspects.

A web-based social networking effort named “#JusticeForRuthEshun” has likewise been propelled to carry the culprits to book.

The perished until her passing was a community health worker at the Sewua Health Center.

She deserted a spouse and three children.

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