- Three people have lost their lives after taking injections at the Senchi Health Centre in the Eastern region
- Two other persons are reportedly in critical conditions
- Parts of the bodies of the deceased persons are currently being examined in order to establish the cause of deaths
Information available to YEN.com.gh shows that three people have lost their lives after taking injections at the Senchi Health Centre, at Akrade in the Asuogyaman District, in the Eastern region.
According to sources, two others are said to be in a critical condition after receiving similar injections from the same health facility.
A family member of one of the deceased persons, Eugene Benjamin Gapher, is reported to have stated that told his twin sister, Eugenia Atsupui Gapher, passed away days after she took injections to treat skin infections.
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She began to feel pains soon after, and was rushed to the VRA Hospital, where she met other persons on admission, who had also visited the New Senchi Health Center for similar injections.
According to Benjamin, he was informed on Sunday, March 25 2018, that his sister had passed away.
He consequently accosted the health official who gave the injections, and the response was that 'it was an error'.
Benjamin reported one of the VRA surgeons with 30 years medical experience as saying he had never encountered a medical situation as bizarre as the cases he dealt with.
Parts of the decayed bodies have however been sent to Noguchi Memorial Research Center for investigations into the cause of death.
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