The first Co-Joined Twins Separated in Ghana have expressed their faith in the Ghana surgical team’s ability to separate twins who are born conjoined
Ghanaian women who were formerly married but later divorced have expressed their condolences to the family of the conjoined sons.
Linda and Lydia have been recognized as the first co-joined twins to be separated in Ghana.
However, according to popular belief, the late President Jerry John Rawlings intervened to save the twins’ lives, and the Twins paid a visit to Rawlings to express their gratitude twenty years later.
They told Nana Aba Anamoah their story and stated