- Details of how a 2-year-old baby was transported to a hospital in the Eastern region for treatment has surfaced online
- The baby was delivered via Caesarean section and was afflicted with a number of ailments
- It was reportedly suffering from severe Preeclampsia and meconium-stained liquor
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YEN.com.gh has learned that a baby was carried from a hospital under heartbreaking conditions.
A social media user known as Emmanuel Adippa-Adapoe revealed that the baby, aged two years, was delivered via Caesarean section.
The baby was reportedly suffering from severe Preeclampsia and meconium-stained liquor.
It also had severe birth asphyxia and attempts at resuscitation yielded some results but there was also a need for
Baby has severe birth Asphyxia and we have done well on resuscitation so far but the child needs to be admitted at a newborn intensive care unit.
Adippa-Adapoe added that a friend offered his Toyota Hilux pickup to transport the baby.
With his Ambu bag and penguin for periodic supplementary oxygenation and suctioning respectively, they rushed to the hospital.
Upon arrival at a place called Ekye, they had to spend 20 minutes waiting for the pontoon to cross the Volta Lake to Adawso and then to the Eastern regional hospital.
In other news, a woman named Adiza Nyankey has become an internet sensation after graduating from the University of Cape Coast, Central Region.
Nyankey, who is 36-years-old and visually-impaired, is now a teacher after studying for a programme at the university.
YEN.com.gh has learned that prior to her education and eventual graduation, she was jilted by a male colleague when she got pregnant.
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