- A father named John K. Gabulja is accusing the Accra Regional Hospital of stealing his twin babies
- He said the doctors have not been able to produce the dead body of one of the twins they claimed had died
- John has asked for the support of the public as he seeks justice from the Hospital
YEN.com.gh has sighted a post on social media detailing how an aggrieved father is seeking justice following the alleged death of his twins.
Mr. Gabulja has narrated thoroughly how his wife delivered the twin girls on May 10, but the doctors denied them access to the babies with some excuses, until they were later told that one of the twins had died.
The post is sighted on the Facebook wall of John Gabulja himself, who is obviously a very distraught father by now.
According to him, after his wife delivered the twins on May 10, the doctors informed them that the babies would need to be kept in an incubator because they are preterm babies.
Consequently, they were denied access to the babies until the following day after they had been asked to make some deposits for medicines and baby dresses.
John and his wife were denied access to the babies each time they visited the hospital because they doctors claimed the baby were fine.
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Not until May 14, they received the bad news that one of the babies had passed away, however, the doctors failed to produce the body of the dead baby.
The doctors, according to John’s post, are giving him one excuse after the other, and to add salt to injury, one of the doctors shouted at him, asking him to go look for the baby himself and “stop disturbing the hospital with their frequent visits”.
Read John’s full comment in the post below.
Meanwhile, the aggrieved father is begging general publc to rally behind him as he seeks justice from the hospital.
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