An eye witness named Emelia Van Eck on facebook has disputed the Ghana Airport Company Limited’s story of the death of a middle-aged man travelling from the United States of America.
The victim, who was alleged to have arrived on board United Airlines from Dulles International Airport in Washington on Friday, June 17, complained of exhaustion and breathing difficulties. He was given a wheelchair and medical assistance, according to a statement from the Company (GACL). He was then brought to the Airport Clinic, where he is alleged to have died.
Emelia Van Eck, who watched the last 10 minutes of the fatality and commented on the occurrence on Facebook, stated the guy may have been rescued “if there had been competent First Aid.” She claimed the nurse who arrived following the SOS calls only had a medical bag with paracetamol and plaster. “We have the most expensive cars and houses in Ghana and no first aid kit to save a life?” she wondered.