Castro Kingdom sends hundreds of slaves to Africa


The Castro Kingdom has just sent 350 medical slaves to Ghana, and Ghana will be sending some of its youths to the Castro Kingdom for medical training.

It’s an ancient arrangement and a win/win situation for King Raul and his nobles:  the program makes Castrogonia seem like an altruistic utopia, the slaves bring in money (Ghana pays for their services, even though they only receive a pittance for their work), and the students are indoctrinated while they study in Castrogonia, and return to their African nation as agents and promoters of communism.

And…. never mind the fact that Ghanan doctors have gone on strike.  This huge contingent of Cuban doctors being sent to the African nation have nothing to do with that.  Yeah, nothing.

Once more, those Gallego brothers who established the Castro Kingdom have proven that they are as clever as the Devil they so faithfully serve.

Medical School Seminar in Havana
Medical School Seminar in Havana

From Joy Online:

Cuba posts 350 doctors to Ghana

Three hundred and fifty Cuban doctors have arrived in the country to support healthcare delivery under a medical service and educational agreement between Ghana and Cuba.

The Cuban doctors will not be paid salaries but rather receive monthly allowances of $150 and free accommodation.

The arrival of the Cuban doctors, according to the Minister of Health, Ms Sherry Ayittey, had nothing to do with doctors’ strike in the country, which is in its third week.

Already, 250 young Ghanaians have left for Cuba to be trained as doctors.
The Ghana-Cuba medical service and educational agreement was signed at a ceremony in Accra yesterday.

Ms Ayitey signed for Ghana, while the Cuban Ambassador to Ghana, Mr Jorge F. Lefebre Nicolas, initialled for Cuba.

In her remarks, Ms Ayitey explained that the partnership between the two countries started 20 years ago and had no bearing on the current strike by doctors.

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