- The firstborn of the Dr Emmanuel Kuto whose wife lost her life due to a wrong prescription given by a doctor at Ridge Hospital has finally narrated her side of the story
- According to the young lady named Daniella, she was very close to her mother and they did almost everything together, which makes her loss a bitter pill to swallow
- The young lady took the news team on a tour around their house, showing the places she and her mother used to chat, cook, wash and have fun at
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Daniella Afua Kuto, the first child of Esther Kafui Sosu, the woman who died at the Ridge Hospital as a result of a wrong prescription has finally spoken about the entire incident.
The young lady narrated her side of the story with a heavy heart in an interview with JoyNews sighted by YEN.com.gh.
According to Daniella, she and her mother used to spend a lot of time together as they always performed house chores like cooking, washing and the like together.
Watch the full video below:
The daughter of Dr Emmanuel Kuto, the Director of Ghana Insitute of Languages who revealed his wife's mistreatment at the Ridge Hospital, indicates that her younger sibling has been unable to stop crying since the news broke.
Sadly, Daniella revealed that her youngest sibling who is a boy does not understand what is going on and still thinks their mother is in the hospital and would soon return to the house.
The young lady took the news team on a tour around their house, showing the places she and her mother used to chat, cook, wash and have fun at.
Clearly, the woman will be missed bitterly by her family.
Meanwhile, the Greater Accra Regional Hospital, Ridge, has released a statement following the viral report of a man who lost his wife due to wrong mediation by a doctor at the hospital.
In a statement sighted by YEN.com.gh from the regional hospital dated June 26, the management acknowledged that it had spotted the viral news report regarding the demise of a lady at their hospital.
The management assured the public that with a matter of urgency, an investigation has been launched into the issue and all the findings will be shared with the proper stakeholders.
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