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These "NEW IRISH" are not really all we were promised at all at all!

Arthur Liwembe (33) was immediately arrested after he went to the station of his own accord and presented the
cannabis to a garda on duty to say he was not happy with his purchase.
Judge John Hughes said Liwembe’s behaviour was
“illogical to say the least” and was indicative of a cannabis-induced “psychosis”.
He adjourned the case for a probation report.
Liwembe, a former student nurse with an address at an asylum-seekers’ reception centre, pleaded guilty to unlawful possession of cannabis and other charges.


The accused came here from Malawi in 2012 as a student nurse but his visa ran out and he applied for residency on the basis of having an Irish-born child
, Ms Fitzgibbon said.
This tool should be deported as a nuisance to this country, if he had gone to New Zealand or Australia he would have been refused entry for being a pot-head and a burden on the state!
 

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These "NEW IRISH" are not really all we were promised at all at all!



This tool should be deported as a nuisance to this country, if he had gone to New Zealand or Australia he would have been refused entry for being a pot-head and a burden on the state!
A brain dead pole if ever there was one ..an asylum seeker to boot
 

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Yet another of the magnificent immigrants who are always going to be miles better than our own home grown professionals.

'A danger to the public': Radiographer who worked in Waterford struck off register by High Court

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The president of the High Court has struck off a radiographer after being satisfied she is “simply a danger to the public” due to her “substandard” knowledge of the basics of radiography and lack of insight into the dangers of that.

Mr Justice Peter Kelly said the case of Kashimbo Musonda, who worked for a short period in 2017 at University Hospital Waterford (UHW) before she was let go, once again underlined his concerns about the procedures for recruiting professionals to work in hospitals here.

The court heard Ms Musonda had to be registered to practice here in 2016 on foot of a 2006 letter from the Department of Health recognising her diploma in diagnostic radiography secured in 2005 in Zambia.

She was later recruited through the HSE's national recruitment service to work at UHW.

The judge said there “must be questions” about how recruitment policy and procedures could give rise to the employment of someone “so lacking in basic skills” as to be let go within two and a half weeks of her employment at the hospital.


He previously raised concerns about the recruitment of certain junior hospital doctors who lacked knowledge of the very basics of anatomy and procedures, he noted.

The judge also remarked the procedure for dealing with allegations of misconduct and poor professional performance under the Health and Social Care Professionals Act 2005 is "entirely cumbersome" involving three hearings before three different bodies at huge costs before any application to the High Court. "
 

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Yet another of the magnificent immigrants who are always going to be miles better than our own home grown professionals.

'A danger to the public': Radiographer who worked in Waterford struck off register by High Court

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The president of the High Court has struck off a radiographer after being satisfied she is “simply a danger to the public” due to her “substandard” knowledge of the basics of radiography and lack of insight into the dangers of that.

Mr Justice Peter Kelly said the case of Kashimbo Musonda, who worked for a short period in 2017 at University Hospital Waterford (UHW) before she was let go, once again underlined his concerns about the procedures for recruiting professionals to work in hospitals here.

The court heard Ms Musonda had to be registered to practice here in 2016 on foot of a 2006 letter from the Department of Health recognising her diploma in diagnostic radiography secured in 2005 in Zambia.

She was later recruited through the HSE's national recruitment service to work at UHW.

The judge said there “must be questions” about how recruitment policy and procedures could give rise to the employment of someone “so lacking in basic skills” as to be let go within two and a half weeks of her employment at the hospital.


He previously raised concerns about the recruitment of certain junior hospital doctors who lacked knowledge of the very basics of anatomy and procedures, he noted.

The judge also remarked the procedure for dealing with allegations of misconduct and poor professional performance under the Health and Social Care Professionals Act 2005 is "entirely cumbersome" involving three hearings before three different bodies at huge costs before any application to the High Court. "

In a properly run country, and God knows we are not living in one, the HSE would be investigated for its utter failure to implement its duty of care for the people of Ireland. They hire charlatans from over the entire world, and give them life and death control over sick Irish people.
How many Irish people have died as a result of malpractice from these Third World chancers? We'll never know.
 

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Here is another of those Gynaecologists from some far flung paradise,


"The alleged rape occurred on February 17, 2017 and after 5pm on March 6 the accused was arrested in the city.

“I arrested him for sexual assault. He had limited English. I cautioned him. I tried to explain it in simple English. I felt he understood I was a police officer and he knew he was arrested for some sort of sexual offence.
“I explained he was going to be brought to the Bridewell garda station. I believe he understood that. I explained an interpreter would be available."


And this yoke will make an excellent professional driver for the ambulance service or even local taxis and bus operators.

"Judge Keys said that Mr Miko comes from Slovakia with a Gypsy background.
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In a victim impact statement on behalf of the McNamara family, Stephen McNamara said that Eugene “was left to suffer alone on the side of the road” as the CCTV footage showed Mr Miko and his passenger get out of their car and flee the scene. "
 
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Yet another of the magnificent immigrants who are always going to be miles better than our own home grown professionals.

'A danger to the public': Radiographer who worked in Waterford struck off register by High Court

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The president of the High Court has struck off a radiographer after being satisfied she is “simply a danger to the public” due to her “substandard” knowledge of the basics of radiography and lack of insight into the dangers of that.

Mr Justice Peter Kelly said the case of Kashimbo Musonda, who worked for a short period in 2017 at University Hospital Waterford (UHW) before she was let go, once again underlined his concerns about the procedures for recruiting professionals to work in hospitals here.

The court heard Ms Musonda had to be registered to practice here in 2016 on foot of a 2006 letter from the Department of Health recognising her diploma in diagnostic radiography secured in 2005 in Zambia.

She was later recruited through the HSE's national recruitment service to work at UHW.

The judge said there “must be questions” about how recruitment policy and procedures could give rise to the employment of someone “so lacking in basic skills” as to be let go within two and a half weeks of her employment at the hospital.


He previously raised concerns about the recruitment of certain junior hospital doctors who lacked knowledge of the very basics of anatomy and procedures, he noted.

The judge also remarked the procedure for dealing with allegations of misconduct and poor professional performance under the Health and Social Care Professionals Act 2005 is "entirely cumbersome" involving three hearings before three different bodies at huge costs before any application to the High Court. "
Also, she alleged that racism is the reason she was let go.Typical.
 

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The Original post was very wishy washy. Why can't poster post a reasonable OP. The rest of us are not mind readers.
 
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