Princess Bureh Revives Connaught Mortuary
In October last year, Madam Princess Bureh was appointed Admin. Revenue Collector at the Connaught Mortuary and has since then brought a lot of improvement in that department.
Before her appointment, the Connaught Mortuary was well known for its staff indiscipline but with the coming of Princess, that mentality held by the public has since then changed.
It could be recalled that a meeting was convened by the secretary of the Hospital for all Mortuary staff in a bid to inform them that the Mortuary department of the hospital was to start collecting fees in corpses in order to enable the hospital management to pay volunteer workers.
Through her hard work, Madam Bureh has been able to mobilize enough resources for the hospital management through the collection of fees on corpses as instructed by the hospital management.
In response to some negative media publications against her during an interview with this medium, madam Bureh noted that, it is the normal practice of ill- motivated Sierra Leoneans to pull down credible personalities in society because they simply stand for the truth. Adding that it is a ploy by her detractors to sway her away from what she stands for. ‘’when you stand for the right course, you always trample on the toes of those who think corruption is the only way out’’ she maintained.
Madam Princess furthered that the Connaught Mortuary is experiencing the highest revenue collection during her time as Admin Revenue Collector adding that there are many evidences to the effect.
She recalled that the hospital management installed on the 21st of October, 2016 Service Charters which issued stern warning against corruption in the healthcare system and therefore, she cannot go against that warning by allowing selfish individuals to corrupt the system.
Madam Bureh therefore called on the Anti- Corruption Commission (ACC) to investigate any wrong doing she might have engaged in as purported by some of the media publications.
‘’I can never be distracted from doing the right thing’’ she concluded.
By: Samuel Thomas Bangura
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