Millionaire businessman and entrepreneur, Nana Kwame Bediako popularly known as Jacob Caesar or Cheddar has reportedly gifted the conjoined twins a luxurious 5-bedroom house.
Ace television presenter, Nana Aba Anamoah made this confirmation via her Instagram page as she appreciated Cheddar for this overwhelming gesture.
According to the ace media personality,a total amount of GHC600,000 was recorded from the donations well-meaning Ghanaians made via MOMO.
A report by MyJoyOnline indicaed that Medical doctors at the Greater Accra Regional Hospital (Ridge) are racing against time to separate two-month-old conjoined babies.
Meanwhile Nana Aba Anamoah wrote;
“As I continue to thank you for donating over 600,000 cedis via MoMo within 3 days of reaching out to you, I’d like to also thank @iamfreedom for getting the conjoined twins a 5-bedroom house at North Ridge It was one phone call & then BOOM…a house Bless you @iamfreedom. Thanks.”
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President Akufo Addo and his government have pledged to foot the bills of the surgery a Siamese twin will have to undergo to separate them at the Ridge Hospital in Accra.
The Chief of Staff at the presidency, Akosua Frema Osei Opare announced on behalf of President Nana Akufo Addo when she paid the conjoined twins and their parents a visit at the hospital today.
The mother, Rebecca Bansah and Samuel Addo, father of the Siamese twins were joined at the head when they were birthed and specialists at the hospital offered to perform the surgical operation to separate them and demanded for 3million Ghana cedis to initiate the procedure.
Media personality, Nana Aba Anamoah who called for financial support from concerned Ghanaian to donate money for the surgery took to her Instagram page to express her appreciation to President Akufo Addo for coming to the aid of the babies and even more taking up the entire cost of the operation.
Thank you, @nakufoaddo.
The conjoined twins are grateful 🙏
News: H. E. Nana Addo takes up the full cost of surgery to separate the conjoined twins.