Ghanaian Twins Conjoined at the head to be Separated soon as Equipment Finally Arrives

Ghanaian Twins Conjoined at the head to be Separated soon as Equipment Finally Arrives

  • Ghana has finally obtained the equipment needed to aid in the separation of a set of twins conjoined at the head
  • In a few weeks, the surgical procedure that will be the first of its kind on Ghanaian soil will take place
  • Ghanaians have received this news with great joy as many of them have been praying for the process to be successfu

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For th first time in Ghana's history, a set of twins conjoined at the head will be separated and the event is now set to take place in a few weeks' time.

A report filed by Portia Gabor of TV3 indicates that the equipment needed for the surgery have arrived and been fully installed for simulations to continue until the date of the historic surgical procedure.

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16 medical professionals from different parts of the country are expected to work together during the procedure that many are hoping will put the Greater Accra Regional Hospital and Ghana on the map.

Conjoined Ghanaian twins to be separated in a few weeks
Photo credit: Ridge Hospital
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How Ghanaians received the news

Below were some comments shared by Ghanaians who got wind of the recent development.

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Nana-Ama Asieduwaa stated:

What God cannot do does not Exist! Nyame nsa wo mu.

Reasonable Person mentioned:

Sponsor them immediately better than bribing Serwaa Broni

Emelda Nyatuame indicated:

God save them as he uses the surgeons. God bless my Mentor Portia Gabor

Waxtus Agyei Isaac opined

We ask for a successful surgery in God's hands. God please lead the doctors to achieve their goals Amen

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Successfully separated twins

In a previous report by YEN.com.gh, Ntombikayise Tyhalisi (31), the mother of Siphosethu and Amahle, twins who were born joined by their heads, expressed how delighted she was that her girls successfully underwent surgery to have them separated.

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The surgery took place in February this year at the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital.

The girls, who were born in the Eastern Cape, were transferred to the Red Cross hospital when they were only four days old.

“I am overjoyed! I wasn’t expecting to leave here holding my children one in each arm,” said the young mother in a Western Cape Govt article.

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Ebenezer Agbey Quist (HOD Human-Interest) Ebenezer Agbey Quist is the Head of the Human Interest Desk at YEN.com.gh. He has a BSc in Chemical Engineering from KNUST (2017) with 8 years of experience as a writer and 3 years as an editor. He has certificates in AFP courses on digital investigation techniques. At YEN.com.gh, Ebenezer has won the Outstanding Achievement for Professional Conduct Award and the Best Human Interest Editor Award. He is also the author of 3 books. You can contact him via ebenezer.quist@yen.com.gh.

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