The condition of Finance Minister Amara Konneh who was rushed to the John F. Kennedy Medical Wednesday minutes after falling off during a program at the Samuel Kanyon Doe Complex is said to a bit stable but misty, this paper has learned.
Unconfirmed information scooped thus far suggests that he could spend few days than expected at the hospital, which also speaks to the weightiness of his condition.
JFK authorities are tightlipped when it comes to giving clear picture of what actually happened to Minister Konneh who reportedly lost control of himself while performing an official function.
The information officer of the Hospital who was contacted refused to speak to this paper on the condition of the Finance Minister.
However, inside sources said the sick finance minister has been moved from the Emergency Room (ER) where he was earlier taken, stabilized and monitored for some times to a private ward on the third floor of the hospital.
"That he was not discharged right away but had to be moved to a private ward means that he could spend more days there for doctors to be able to monitor his condition further," a source confided in this paper.
People have other interpretation, but what is known is that when patients are moved from emergency wards to either private or other wards in hospital means their conditions are critical and therefore some attention maybe for shorter or longer time depending on the severity of the problem.
The source who was certainly not willing to state in clear terms what led to the situation with the minister, stuttered a bit, saying "he might have suffered from stress, chronic malaria or hypotension."
It could not also be established independently as to whether the minister has any history of pressure or hypotension as others are insinuating.
The head of the media services department of the Ministry of Finance, Sidiki Trawally, someone who has closely been working with the ill minister was not available to speak as mobile was said to be off when contacted.