Ghanaian millionaire HRH Oscar Yao Doe, the owner of Doscar Group Holdings, has said the nurse, whose twerking video went viral, did nothing wrong.
He has, therefore, vowed to ensure her possible sacking becomes a blessing for her instead of a punishment.
According to him, he will double the pay of the nurse and pay 10 years in advance should the authorities sack her as a result of the controversial twerking.
Defending the yet-to-be-identified nurse, Mr Doe posted this on his Instagram page and explained that she was only expressing her beauty through art and culture, and must not be punished for it.
Social media was recently replete with a video of a nurse with a huge backside shaking her body erotically to a piece of music, while some people in the background, believed to be her colleagues, were heard cheering her on.
The video went viral, getting to the attention of the Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwifery Council which condemned it vehemently, saying it was an affront to the ethics of the health profession.
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A few days ago, video of a nurse hit the internet and immediately went viral, this was due to the fact that she was dancing to “Chocho Mucho” by Bless. Her act has generated several reactions on social media, with many questioning in her professionalism – how can she be dancing while on duty, even though it’s hard to tell if she carried out the act during working hours. Millionaire and owner of Doscar Group Holdings, HRH Oscar Yao Doe has come to her defence, classifying her dancing as a form of expression of her beauty through art and culture. He stated this after report surfaced that Midwife & Nursing Council will relieve the said nurse of her duty. HRH Doe expressed his appreciation to the council for the selfless work they put in place during this pandemic which has led to a surge in the number of recoveries within the past couple of days. However, he said, the decision to relieve the nurse of duty isn’t right. He promised to double the salary of the nurse for ten years if the council proceed with their decision.