Nigerian Nurse In The UK Got Fired And Sets For Imminent Deportation For Praying On Duty
A controversial situation involving a Nigerian nurse working in the UK resulted in her termination and deportation.
The incident started when the nurse—whose name is being withheld—allegedly prayed for an elderly patient she was caring for without asking.
Dr. Olufunmilayo recounted the terrible situation on Twitter, which led to the story’s discovery.
The story goes that the Nigerian nurse, who specialized in caring for the elderly, had been employed by an organization in the UK.
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But when she supposedly prayed for a patient who had a fatal illness, her activities took an unexpected turn.
The nurse suffered serious repercussions for her ostensibly altruistic deed, including losing her job and being deported back to Nigeria.
Dr. Olufunmilayo clarified the matter by pointing out that ethical guidelines in the UK prohibit medical professionals from forcing their religious beliefs on their patients.
Dr. Olufunmilayo wrote a justification for the dismissal and subsequent deportation.
For those expressing shock at the sack and deportation, let me explain further. As a health worker/carer in the UK, it is unethical to involve religion or impose your religious views on patients/clients. It’s seen as an abuse of trust and misuse of your position. You are expected to simply do your job and focus on your job.”
See Reactions Below;
@OgbeniDipo said; “Rule number one, mind your business. Two, do your job. Ah!”
@big_Samin commented; “She’s not employed to pray but rather to work for the elderly patients. Nigerian with the mentality that prayers solved everything.”
@Obaibueku said; “She doesn’t know her work ethics. She learnt the hard way. If I’m planing to travel to Japan, I for don study the country, watch YouTube videos, read personal blogs and posts on forums. Know how they behave there.”