- Emmanuel Kuto, a Ghanaian man has been completely disappointed as his wife's life was taken away right in front of him
- The incident occurred at the respect Ridge Hospital where a doctor gave Kuto's wife a wrong prescription that ended up draining the life out of her
- According to Emmanuel, the most disheartening part was that the nurses started laughing when they realized what had been done to his wife
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A man named Emmanuel Kuto has narrated how a doctor at the Ridge Hospital gave his wife a wrong prescription that killed her and the medical staff found it rather funny.
Emmanuel narrated the entire heartbreaking incident in a step-by-step manner, in a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on his personal Facebook handle.
According to Emmanuel, his beloved wife had been taken into the hospital on Sunday evening for a surgery that was scheduled on Monday morning when she was given some pills in preparation for the medical procedure.
See full narration below:
To Emmanuel's surprise, his wife's condition physically worsened by the time he returned from to the hospital the next morning to see her before the surgery.
"When I returned the next morning, my wife had taken a turn for the worst. She was sweating profusely and was in severe pain. The change was really dramatic," the new widower says.
At that point, Emma's wife who is now late, indicated to her husband that the doctor had not yet seen her that morning but she had been attended to by a previous medical officer.
An hour later, as the dying woman kept wailing in pain, the doctor that was to take care of her arrived. He was also surprised by the woman's condition, inquired what medication was administered and found out it was the wrong one.
From that moment, drugs were administered over and over in an attempt to keep the woman from giving up the ghost but it was all too late.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghanaian sports journalist, Gary Al-Smith who works with Multimedia, has been discharged from hospital after previously testing positive for the novel coronavirus.
The journalist shared the news he dubbed a 'miracle' on his personal Facebook handle, where he has always kept everyone updated on his condition, in a post sighted by YEN.com.gh.
It would be recalled how YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Gary and four other staff of Multimedia were confirmed to have had COVID-19.
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