Cameroon: Health minister Manaouda Malachie accused of ignoring Kumba hospital fire responds to critics

In a tweet, the government member defends himself and claims to have made arrangements in collaboration with the prefect and the director of the said hospital the same night of the fire.

The Minister of Public Health, Manaouda Malachie, did not remain insensitive to the critics who invaded the net after him. While he announced that he would preside Monday the finals of the football tournament organized spontaneously by young people from Obili to thank the Head of State in connection with his appointment, voices have risen to denounce his silence on Kumba district hospital fire (Southwest) on the night of 10 at 11 February.

Contrary to what many Internet users thought and said, the Minister of Public Health had already made arrangements as a result of this incident. That's what the concerned says in a tweet this Tuesday.

However, the government spokesman the circumstances of this unfortunate incident, saying in a statement that about 20 young people had burned all the buildings housing the essential units of the Kumba District Hospital.

"The government condemns with the utmost energy these unspeakable atrocities and barbaric acts of extreme cruelty that caused the death of innocent citizens and led to the destruction of hospital infrastructure so necessary for the health of the population and the preservation of human lives. "Hammered René Sadi.

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