Pharmacists at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital are expected to return to work Wednesday, 24 hours after suspending their operations citing Management's intimidation of its staff.

The biggest hospital in Ghana has become a mine field of conflict and a scene of agitations by staff against management led by once-dismissed but re-appointed CEO Rev. Okpoti Botchway and Board Chairman Eddie Annan.

In the most recent incident, the Pharmacy closed down after three persons- Stephen Corquaye, Raymond Tetteh and Eric Kyei – all union leaders were asked to take a vacation to allow for forensic audit to be conducted at the department.

It was discovered that in 2013, the hospital was deprived of GH₵140,776.30 meant for development projects.