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I am not easily shocked. This story did. It is too damned easy to shout racist. It should be an offence. Read this tale and I know you will agree.
Robert Jenyo is a black GP who was struck off for failing to spot cancer in a patient and now for the first time has admitted to falsely accusing the man’s side of racial abuse in an attempt to save his career.
Jenyo, 53, a Nigerian-born GP in Sale, Greater Manchester, had failed to spot signs of cancer in a 60-year-old man who complained of shoulder and back pain.
He claimed he had been called a “f***ing n***er” and told to “give way to white doctors to work” after he was sued for negligence and investigated by the General Medical Council in 2015.
The GP said the man’s son-known as Dr AB- subjected him to a torrent of racial abuse in a bid to deflect criticism of his mistakes.
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In the new hearing he confessed to using false allegations as a “front” hoping he would “get away with it.”
His appeal was thrown out as it emerged Jenyo, now a care support worker (I hope he’s fired from that too) had never lifted the phone or written an email of apology to the son.
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That poor son not only lost his dad but has had to fend off these most damaging of allegations which would have wrecked his career.
Why hasn’t Jenyo faced a hate charge? Why would anybody employ him again?
If he were white he would have faced a court. Surely his colour hasn’t saved him.
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