After reading the story about the mother and her baby at the national hospital, this is nothing new. The arrogance, the "think they know it all" attitude and the "looking busy" way they present themselves in front of the public, shows they are really not sure about what they are doing most of the time.
I do think its about time that people who've had experienced this sort of neglect towards them resulting in a death or other unprofessional conduct and malpractice to step forward and voice there complaints and concerns.
I've seen loved ones, friends whom have passed on, and all from Moto’otua Hospital, and believe me questions have been raised about the way it was handled.
Staff members of the Hospital should be held accountable for their actions and its long over due that prosecution should be adhered to those responsible.
How long will this continue? Will this reaction only happen if someone very important in Samoa died, and prosecution follows?
We the people, all the people of Samoa need accountability for professional negligent. Enough is enough. People's lives are meant to be saved by professionals who've been trained to do the job right.
People are meant to be cared for with proper care with professional help. People are meant to feel assured that their care is as comfortable as it can be. Professional help are expected to do the best to their ability, not half heartedly, but to their fullest. My condolences to Ms Etta Wulf and Family!