Security analyst Irbard Ibrahim has been admitted at the intensive care unit of the 37 Military Hospital in Accra after surviving a fatal gas explosion Thursday afternoon.
In Facebook post Friday, Irbard pleaded with the striking medical doctors and government to resolve their impasse since he is about to undergo a surgical operation at the hospital and needed a doctor.
“Just a few hours after Irbard was on radio with Brigadier General Nunoo Mensah to discuss the need for Government and doctors to resign negotiations, Irbard suffered severe burns from a gas explosion with lacerations and his face.
“#iamavictimofgmastrike. Irbard is about to go into intensive care and has an urgent message for Government and doctors as they hold a crunch decision -making general assembly today,” the International relations expert wrote .
Ghanaian doctors are expected to resign en masse today following weeks of strike over government’s inability to agree on their service conditions.