- A middle-aged Ghanaian woman named Adriana Esi Keku has revealed how she suffered a CS that went terribly wrong because of medical negligence
- According to Adriana, the hospital never even contacted her when they were aware of the extreme 'mistake' that was made on her
- Adriana has planned to file a suit against the hospital and the managements claims it is prepared to face her in court
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Adriana Esi Keku, a middle-aged woman, has revealed how a Ghanaian hospital abandoned her after a caesarean surgery that was carried out on her went terribly wrong due to equipment failure.
The heartbroken lady details the ordeal she went through on 14 July in a radio interview monitored by YEN.com.gh on Asaase Breakfast Show.
One year after going through the CS delivery, Adriana indicates she still lives with excruciating pain from severe wounds on her thigh that have been infected with pathogens.
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Sadly, no attempt was made by the hospital to check on her when things did not go as planned during her surgery. She was just told that her burns will heal eventually.
The mother, who suffered extreme depression, mentioned that for a long time after delivery she was unable to walk or even carry her baby.
Adriana, an entrepreneur who has a degree in marketing, stated that her pain was enhanced by the fact that she understands customer service and has always served her customers heartily, only to be treated by a hospital in this manner.
In an interesting turn of events, the unnamed hospital was informed that Adriana is planning to file a suit against them and the management claim they are prepared to face her in court.
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Meanwhile, a physically challenged man named Isaac Deklu who resides in Tamale could not keep calm as he was pleasantly surprised with GHc2,000 by a random 'stranger' he met.
The 'stranger' was Ibrahim Oppong Kwarteng, the founder of the famous Crime Check Foundation, a respected charity organisation in Ghana.
Isaac Deklu's heartwarming experience was sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Facebook handle of the foundation.
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