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A Ghanaian woman gives birth to mysterious twins with their head joined together and pleads for help

A parent of three children welcomes their fourth born who turn out to be twins but unfortunately for them, their baby twins were born with their head joined together.

According to information Samuel Ado and his wife, Justine Abansa and their three children for the past 17 years have lived in a small 3-meter square room with one bed and no ceiling.

Almost a year ago the family discovered that they were expecting another child, they were excited but worried about their living conditions. On the last minute day of delivery, Mr. Samuel Ado and his wife were shocked when a last-minute scan revealed that they were having twins.

According to the wife, Justine Abansa, she was going to the hospital for the health safety of her baby and all the scan she had did not show that she was going to give birth to twins but on the day of her delivery, the doctor her that her stomach was too big so she was asked to go for a scan and there she got to know she was going to give birth to twins.

Unfortunately for the family, their twins were born Siamese twins with their head conjoined.

Heartbreaking father, Samuel Ado after seeing his babies born with their head conjoined said that;

"After seeing my babies in that condition, I thought someone has done something to me or I have committed some sin that has resulted in my babies being born in this condition but the doctors told me that it wasn't anything of charm but it does happens"

To report, Samuel and his wife Justine were faced with the seemingly insurmountable challenge of finding no less than three million Ghanaian cedis to pay for the crucial surgery to separate their sons. For a carpenter and his seamstress wife, this was hard for them to save their sons.

"The cost is quite expensive and very relative. When we did our research, it costs between 1.5 million to 4.6 million dollars out there and when we did the local cost, it also came out to around 3 million Ghanaian cedis which are almost half a million dollars", said the doctor.

Kojo Yankson who is JoyNews anchor visited the family to know how they were doing and hoping to find such an amount for their twin's surgery and according to them, they have no hopes else were and their only hopes now are looking up to JoyNews and Lovely people in the country and even outside the country to come to their aid.

They plead to the public to come to their aid to help save their sons lives. Please, lovely people, let help our brother, sister, mother, and father to save our future leaders lives. Any amount will help save them.

Thank you.

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Ghanaian Justine Abansa Samuel Ado Siamese


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