If the recommendation of Kwame Baffoe Abronye comes to pass, then it's likely that the woman will be flown to the United States of America.
According to Abronye, if the family of the Pregnant Woman are not content with the findings of Doctors at the Axim Government Hospital, then an independent health facility probably outside the country should be contracted for an independent pregnancy.
After disclosing this to Asempa FM, many people suggested that the woman Should be sent to the USA.
" It will be good that she is sent to USA for an independent pregnancy test. This is because, any test Within Ghana is likely not to be accepted by the family. At the United States of America, Government should give the family the chance to choose a Hospital. That will end the Entire Debate" Patrick Kumi Ababio suggested to back Abronye DCs recommendation.
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