A man who recently travelled over 5000km and paid thousands of pounds to access life-saving medical treatment has insisted that his healing was down to divine providence.
Speaking on Sunday, Vice President Guys Bawumia said his decision to go on “medical leave” abroad had nothing to do with a lack of confidence in the Ghanaian healthcare system or the prayers of the ICGC congregation. He told those gathered, “It has absolutely nothing to do with the shocking death rates at our public healthcare facilities. It’s just that God’s healing hands could not reach me here in Ghana so I had to meet him halfway – at Guy’s Hospital in London.”
Bawumia said the government will soon demonstrate its commitment to improve the healthcare delivery system by formally launching a ‘one district one prayer camp’ programme.