Bole based Nkilgi FM reported on its website that residents of Sawla in the Savannah Region have expressed their indignation over the “sexual assault” allegation on the National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA) Director for the Sawla-Tuna-Kalba District of the Savannah Region Mr Mahama Sakara.
The story said residents of Sawla described the Nurse as “deceitful” and “diabolic” because she was in a relationship with Mr Sakara.
Nkilgi FM further reported that our enquiries indicate Mr Sakara Mahama once reported the lady nurse in the centre of the controversy for extortion of money from poor residents of the Soma who visit Community-Based Health Planning and Services (CHIPS) compound.
Nkilgi FM wish to say there is no merit in the story published and duly retract and apologise to Miss Doreen Smith. We have no evidence that Miss Doreen Smith was in a relationship with Mr Mahama Sakara and we also have no evidence that Miss Doreen Smith was extorting money from people who visit the Soma CHIPS compound.
Nkilgi FM also wish to make it clear Mr Sakara Mahama has not spoken to us on the issue, and this we made it clear in our story. We said when we contacted Mr Sakara he simply said he was following orders of his superiors and will therefore not comment on the issue.
Finally Nkilgi FM will desist from further commentary on the issue on all our news portals.