Doctor dies at Sanaa University after unable to buy pressure and diabetes medications

Doctor dies at Sanaa University after unable to buy pressure and diabetes medications

A prestigious academic at Sanaa University died Saturday after being unable to provide diabetes and pressure medication following the deterioration of the living conditions in which he lives since the salaries of government sector employees have been disrupted for two years.

Academics said in identical posts on social media that the former head of antiquities department at Sanaa University's Faculty of Arts, Dr. Abdul Ghani al-Sharabi, died destitute after he was unable to buy diabetes and pressure medications.

One of his colleagues told Al-Masdar online that he had met the Sharabi about two weeks ago, was in very bad health condition, and that he told him that a month ago he was unable to buy diabetes and pressure because he no longer owns the money.

He noted that the death of the Al-Sharabi is a result of health complications.

Photographer Abdulrahman al-Ghabri commented in his blog on his Facebook page, saying «Archaeologists and beauty die because of the lack of diabetes and pressure medicine, and the scholars of deception and fortune and racial segregation in affluence and Raghad to live with money stolen from the food of the people. "

The academy demanded that Najla Abu Esba’a, the president of Sanaa University under the control of al-Houthi, pay salaries.

"The university professor became cynical, tender, destitute and poor, three doctors from Sanaa University died in one month, and their living conditions are very difficult, they do not find the fees to transport," she said.

"Why not pay the salaries of Sanaa University doctors from the university income? The income is with thousands "


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