A woman known as Isioma Nwanze Dogo has shared an emotional story of how she defied the odds and gave birth to a beautiful baby girl.
According to her, she marriage the love of her life a decade ago and later give birth to her daughter.
Dogo revealed that she conceived naturally, but this was after a number of unsuccessful fertility treatments.
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She went on to say that her intestines were perforated during the delivery of her daughter.
She soon developed sepsis, a life threatening infection, which is known to shut down vital organs and lead to death.
Dogo however unknowingly carried it for 12 days before she became semi-conscious and had to return to the theatre.
Dogo has shared photos of her experiences in the hospital and encouraged everyone to remain hopeful in the midst of adversity.
In other news, YEN.com.gh has learned that a Ghanaian who served in the Second World War, Daniel Okai, is yet to receive his benefits.
Okai, now aged 105, enlisted in the army on April 23, 1941, and survived ordeals in the Burmese jungle.
Decades after his exit from service, he is still facing challenges with respect to claiming his benefits.
Per a report by dailyguidenetwork.com, he continuously asks his daughter, Emelia Diana Okai “when are they going to pay me?”
And her constant reply is “I don’t know.” His daughter once went to the Veterans Association of Ghana (VAG) and met an officer known as WO Segbefia.
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