“I proudly studied General Arts” – Madina MP Jeers Head of the Ashanti Regional NSS

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The National Service Scheme’s [NSS] Ashanti Regional Director, according to Francis-Xavier Sosu, Member of Parliament for Madina, has a “superiority complex.”

This came after Alex Opoku-Mensah claimed in a Facebook post on January 19 that the MP had a “inferiority complex.”

After verbally abusing a nurse working at the Manhyia District Hospital for reportedly acting rudely to a house officer who is his daughter, NSS chief Opoku-Mensah, Sosu made the decision to reply.

According to an audio recording of the NSS boss, the aforementioned nurse is a disgruntled science student. He goes on to say that if he had the power, no General Arts student would be offered the chance to be a nurse unless they study Science or Home Economics.

The Madina MP is struggling with [an] inferiority problem, according to a screenshot of Opoku-tweet Mensah’s that the MP shared.

He said, “I gladly studied General Arts through which I became a lawyer and a specialist in economic policy management,” in a tweet on Tuesday, November 29.

“Pride kills,” Sosu advised the troubled NSS head in his guidance.

“Ah well. I proudly studied General Arts. Ended with Law and Economic Policy Management. This man is obviously suffering from ‘SUPERIORITY COMPLEX’. This was what he said about me in Jan 2022. Pride kills,” Francis-Xavier Sosu tweeted.“Ah well. I proudly studied General Arts. Ended with Law and Economic Policy Management. This man is obviously suffering from ‘SUPERIORITY COMPLEX’. This was what he said about me in Jan 2022. Pride kills,” Francis-Xavier Sosu tweeted.

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Meanwhile, the Association would go on strike, according to David Tenkorang Twum, general secretary of the Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association (GRNMA), if the Ashanti Regional NSS boss is not dismissed.

Opoku-Mensah has been invited by the National Service Scheme Management to do initial research into the situation, nevertheless.

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