Gomora actor Moshe Ndiki slams South African nurses for being unprofessional. The actor was reported sick, and confirmed reports have it that he spent his festive season in the Emergency Room of an unidentified hospital and looked distressed.
Moshe Ndiki was first admitted to the hospital on the 18th of December. He was reported to have recovered and was discharged from the hospital. However, his health got worse on the 23rd of December, and he was readmitted to the hospital; due to his illness, Moshe spent his festive holiday in the hospital.
Back here again …wheeee🤣 Mxm at this point I’m just like whatever. Also I don’t mind dying it’s just the timing bantase 🌚 pic.twitter.com/HTRM9QlFMR
— Moshe Ndiki (@MosheNdiki) December 23, 2022
Moshe Ndiki was suffering from exhaustion. He is currently operating on five different television shows, and the pressure from meeting his obligations negatively affects his health. While in the hospital, Moshe said that the nurses were busy shouting his name and asking for pictures, and he was ill.
Moshe Ndiki went live on Instagram and disclosed that South African nurses need to be professional when dealing with celebrities. Moshe said he was angry because they ignored that he was sick and focused on taking selfies with him. In his own words, he said:
Healthcare workers need to start working on their decorum at work. How can you be in ER and they are shouting “Mr Faku” and the other one wants a picture? Like wtf? Guys, please, the last place you ask someone for a pic is in hospital.
“Whether they are visiting or are actual patients. What if I just received a life-changing diagnosis or came to visit my mother, who is terminally ill? Mandiyeke le ndiyenzayo or dealing with at this place of all places for a picture? Yho hayi sana.
Although he faced hardships while in the hospital, Moshe fully recovered and was discharged a few days after Christmas, Moshe’s story got Mzansi emotional, and one social media user commented:
I feel Mr Faku; people should understand they are some situations whereby you can’t ask for a selfie from a celebrity. Imagine you are sick, and someone is busy asking for a picture! That’s inside am totally hurt