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See The African Nurse Who Was Sacked In U.K Because She Offered To Pray With Her Patients

See The African Nurse Who Was Sacked In U.K Because She Offered To Pray With Her Patients by : 8:46 pm On December 11, 2016

A nurse with 15 years'

experience has been sacked

in the UK after discussing

Christianity and offering to

pray with patients before

operations.

Sister Sarah Kuteh was

dismissed for breaching

guidelines, even though her

job involved asking people

preparing for surgery about

their religion. The mother-of-three, who is

now suing the hospital for

unfair dismissal, said she was

offering solace to patients she

believed were happy to chat

about their beliefs, and described her sacking as

'disproportionate and

punitive'.

Mrs Kuteh broke down in tears

as she recalled being

suspended and escorted from

Darent Valley hospital in

Dartford, Kent. DailyMail

reports she said: 'It was embarrassing for me –

and painful after all I had

done in my years as a nurse.

I was told I couldn't even speak

to my colleagues. All I had

done was to nurse from my heart. How could it be harmful

to tell someone about Jesus?'

But bosses at Dartford and

Gravesham NHS Trust said her

'unwanted discussions' had

upset patients and she had

also failed to heed warnings

that she was being unprofessional. One patient had complained

that Sister Kuteh had given

her a Bible she did not want

and had said she would pray

for her. Another allegedly said

she had felt uncomfortable that Mrs Kuteh was

'preaching' at her. In June, Mrs Kuteh was

'shocked' to be told three

further complaints had been

made, after which she was

told to stop assessing patients

and was suspended a few days later. She was sacked in August

after an investigation, and her

appeal was rejected

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