Entebbe residents have raised concerns over the inclusion of a poster signaling Rhino Funeral Services just on the same signpost with the one of Entebbe General Hospital.
According to the residents, the presence of the Rhino Funeral Service advertisement has psychologically affected lives of patients admitted to the hospital.
‘Putting that advert near the hospital shows that the hospital is not committed to offers services, instead they are aiming at generating profits out of misery’, the residents indicated.
They add: ‘Such unethical practices happen only in Uganda where the ministry dispatches medicines to healthy facilities where it is not required’.
By press time this website had failed to get the Minister for Health Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng to comment on the matter after she declined to answer our calls.
Similarly, officials of Rhino Funeral Services were unavailable for comment.
Established way back in 1970s during Iddi Amin’s regime, the Entebbe General Hospital is one of the healthy facilities that offers quality services.