- A 40-year-old woman, Ophilia Baah, has come back to life 12 hours after she was pronounced dead and put in a morgue
- Ophilia Baah who is a mother of four was rushed to the Effia Nkwanta Regional Hospital in Sekondi on Thursday, November 12, 2020, over complications from diabetes
- She was pronounced dead moments after her arrival and was moved to the morgue leaving family members weeping
- But upon their return the next morning, the family was told she had been found sitting in the midst of dead bodies by the mortuary attendant and was thus receiving treatment
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A Ghanaian woman has come back to life after a medical officer at the Effia Nkwanta Regional Hospital in Sekondi pronounced her dead.
Ophilia Baah, a 40-year-old mother of four, resurrected just about 12 hours after 'dying' in the hospital.
A report YEN.com.gh sighted on 3News.com has indicated Ophilia Baah, a diabetic, was suffering from complications and was rushed to Effia Nkwanta Hospital in the evening of Thursday, November 12, 2020,
Not long after her arrival, she was pronounced dead by the medical officer who was on duty at the time.
Her body was subsequently conveyed to the hospital's morgue and the family left the hospital weeping.
But when the family returned to the morgue on Friday with the intention of getting Ophilia's body embalmed, they were met with the shocking news that she had come back to life.
“When we got to the mortuary around 6:00am, we were told my wife had been sent to the casualty because she has come back to life,” the lady's husband, Robert Donkoh, is reported to have revealed on Connect FM.
Donkoh disclosed that the mortuary attendant on duty told him, he saw Ophilia sitting in the midst of the dead bodies while going to prepare some bodies for embalmment.
Upon seeing her, the attendant organised fora stretcher to convey her back to the casualty ward.
After learning of the development, the family, with their mixed feeling s of excitement and shock, rushed to the casualty ward to see Ophilia alive and put on oxygen.
She is said to be receiving treatment as at the time of this report.
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