The Ghana Medical Association says he has found no record of an individual claiming to be a doctor who knows the health status of music artiste, Kuami Eugene.

The highlife musician last Sunday was rushed to the University of Ghana Medical Centre (UGMC) after his VA collided into a tipper truck vehicle in the N1 highway around Dzorwulu.

Shortly after, an individual claiming to be a medical doctor with the name Dr. Amina Haarun took to social media asking the public to pray for the artiste as his condition was not a good one by way of health update.

Subsequently, the said Dr. Haarun in a press release, apologized for violating the code of ethics of her profession while also informing the public that her license had been suspended for 3 months.

However, the Vice President of the Ghana Medical Association (GMA), Prof. Dr. Ernest Yorke, has revealed that the individual claiming to be a doctor who disclosed Kuami Eugene’s health status lacks credibility.

According to him, following thorough investigations, the GMA found no record of Dr. Amina Haarun at the University of Ghana Medical School where Kuami Eugene was hospitalized.

Prof. Dr. Ernest Yorke further adds the said Dr. Haarun is not listed among the doctors registered with the Medical and Dental Council, nor is she affiliated with the GMA, insinuating she is an imposter.

However, the supposed medical practitioner, Doctor Ameena Haruun has apologized for disclosing the health status of popular Ghanaian musician, Kuami Eugene.

The musician was involved in a near-fatal accident at CP close to DSTV, after Achimota Overhead towards the Dzorwulu traffic light last Sunday, March 17, 2024.

According to eyewitnesses, the musician’s vehicle rammed into a tipper truck from behind.

The accident happened around 11:30 pm on Sunday

The Doctor on Monday in what is described as unauthorized disclosure, made public the health condition of the musician in a post on social media.

“Kuami Eugene is here at the hospital with us, and it ain’t looking good. Kindly send him a prayer,” the doctor disclosed.

However, in a regrettable tone, the Doctor has admitted her mistake adding that “Mistakes are made for lessons to be learnt.”

“I am highly regretful of the inconveniences caused to the Patient due to my violation of our “Code Of Ethics”. Mistakes are made for lessons to be learnt, henceforth, will not repeat such mistake in the future and am trying my best to solve this as soon as possible,” she added.

Source: Ghana/