This comes few hours after a resignation letter purportedly written by him went viral on social media.
Dr Kwabena Opoku- Adusei, president of the Ghana Medical Association (GMA) has debunked reports that he has resigned as a medical doctor.
“After a careful thought and consideration, I have concluded that my core values are not aligned with the organizational culture at the Ghana Health Service (GHS). It is time to move on to maintain my dignity and overall happiness. This letter is to officially inform you that I have abdicated my position as a Medical Doctor of the Ghana Health Service, effective Friday 14th August 2015,” portions of a resignation letter purportedly written by him said.
But speaking on Starr FM’s Morning Starr, Dr. Opoku Adusei who said he had seen the letter denied writing it.
“I have not written any letter to that effect. If I decide to resign, I will address my letter to the director general of the Ghana health service who employed me… I have also seen the said letter circulating on social media but I will like to say that it is not true,” he said.