A picture of Siamese twins circulated online by Ace Broadcast journalist Nana Aba Anamoah where she was pleading for funds to help this conjoined twins to get separated, an amount of 3 Million cedis was needed to cover surgery. The children and their mother are currently admitted at the Ridge Hospital hoping for someone to have mercy on them and pay for their surgical bill the Medical Director of Ridge also added his voice and asked the general public to also help in donating so they hit the target amount.
The good news coming is that the president of Ghana His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo has stepped in and paid the full amount of 3 million Cedis, so as at now the amount needed for this twins to undergo the surgical bill has been fully paid for by the Nana Addo. A lot of people are showering praises on him for this direction and we pray for a successful surgery.
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