Doctors at the 37 Military Hospital are reportedly considering amputating the leg of one of the victims of the Ayawaso West Wuogon by-election shooting.
According to a report YEN.com.gh sighted Myjoyonline.com, the right leg of Ishau Moro was wrapped in a huge white bandage with a straight shiny metal fixed beside the leg to keep it straight because the bullets scattered the bone in the leg.
The report revealed that when he was brought in, doctors told him they may have to amputate the badly damaged limb to keep him alive.
Yaro has already undergone two separate surgeries to help recover the leg and he is expected to undergo a third on Thursday, February 7 2019.
Narrating what happened, the footballer said he together with others were at the National Democratic Congress (NDC) parliamentary aspirant’s house when the masked men came to order them to leave.
He said they asked them why they should leave and just then a disagreement ensued, a warning shot was fired and the men started shooting.
37-year-old Ishau, said he was shot at close range by some masked men suspected to be National Security officers and his right leg is badly damaged.
Family of a victim of the Ayawaso West Wuogon shooting incident has denied reports of Lydia Alhassan donating GH¢5k to them according to reports filed earlier by YEN.com.gh.
The family of Ishau Yaro, a man severely injured during the Ayawaso West Wuogon by-election attacks, released a statement refuting reports that newly-elected Member of Parliament, Lydia Alhassan, donated GH¢5,000 to the victims.
In the statement signed by Ibrahim Musah on behalf of the family, they were unaware of any donation either from her, her assigns or any official of government official either to Ishau himself, any member of the family with him at the hospital or assigns.
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