Sycophancy: woes of Kwaku Nkrabea (Part 4)

Friday, January 6, 2023.

Continued from Part 3

On another WhatsApp platform:

Prof. Asempa: Dear all, my hospital, Opompojay Specialist Hospital, has taken delivery of the newest devices. Patients can buy them and bring them to our hospital for their surgeries or they can now have the surgeries in Opompojay.

R: Champion Medical Director! The people in this town are forever grateful!

Dr. W: Wonderful, Prof. You are a blessing to this town and country.

Dr. Y: Prof., this country will change if we have 10 of your kind. We are behind you.

A: Thank you, Prof. Asempa.

B: Thank you, Prof. Asempa, you are really helping the people in this town. God bless you!

C: Thank you, Prof!

D: You are a man of action, Prof. Thank you!

E: Thank you, Prof. You have always been my role model.

F: Long live, Prof! In fact, I am already in Opompojay for locum. The people are buying the devices. What will we do without you, Prof. Asempa?

G: Well noted, Prof. God bless you!


Kwaku Nkrabea: Prof. Asempa, if you can procure these devices for your private hospital, why can’t you do same for this our government hospital which is bigger? We can have a ‘Private Pharmacy’ which runs ‘privately’ and stocks these devices and medicines not covered by the National Health Insurance Scheme so that our hospital can also make money to do more things.

R: Kwaku Nkrabea, if you have money, set up your own clinic or hospital and let’s see what you can do.

Dr. W: Why is Kwaku Nkrabea always negative?

Dr. Y: This is what Kwaku Nkrabea did on the NASPADO platform and was nearly sacked. He has brought it here too.

A: I think Kwaku Nkrabea should be transferred to a hospital in a remote district. Then he will understand how a hospital is run.

B: If I had the power, I would release Kwaku Nkrabea from this hospital. How can you be challenging a visionary Medical Director who comes up with progressive ideas? I cannot believe this.

C: Kwaku Nkrabea the destroyer. Always negative energy.

D: Kwaku Nkrabea, it is easier said than done.

E: What has Kwaku Nkrabea achieved in life that he always talks as if he is the wisest person?

F: Kwaku Nkrabea, one day you will understand hospital management. Well done, Prof. Asempa.


To be continued.

Note:

The characters in this piece are fictitious; any resemblance to real people or facts within your Corporate Institution is pure coincidence only.

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