To be missed He said the class would surely miss him for the kindness he showed to everyone. One of Ishmael’s close friends, Master Abdul Rahman, said he used to play with the deceased when they were in school, adding: "He was caring, friendly, calm and related well with everyone in the class." The Class Four teacher, Mr Godlove Yeboah, said the children had lost some zeal going into the examination following the demise of their classmate. "We are revising for examination next week, but as you can see, their spirit is down. We will surely miss Ishmael in the class. He was such an obedient child, always ready to lend a helping hand," he said. Proprietor The Proprietor of the school, Rev. John Richard Baffour-Awuah, said Ishmael had been in the school from the nursery stage and had been a regular pupil, saying he was heartbroken by the boy’s death. "Two of his older siblings completed JHS here. Now he used to come to school with another older sibling and I am wondering how that older sibling will come to school without Ishmael. "His death is devastating to the school and we are yet to overcome it," he said. Counselling Akuse hospital

History was recorded at the Akuse Government Hospital when a team of medical experts carried out its very first delivery of Siamese twins.

The hopsital, which was established in 1911 in the Eastern Region, carried out the process on the babies who appeared to be joined at the thorax.

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Siamese twins birthed at Akuse Hospital

The medical team, led by Dr Tyrus Valmont, successfully delivered the baby and ensured both mother and infants are in great health.

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Team of Medical practitioners who carried out the procedure

The announcement was made by the Member of Parliament for North Tongu in the Volta Region, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, who was invited to witness the feat.

To mark the historic occassion, Mr Ablakwa donated infant incubators and other items for both mother and infants.

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Okudzeto Ablakwa’s donation of incubators for Siamese twins

He also pledged to shoulder all bills including the cost of the final surgery leading to the separation of the two babies.

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Team of Medical practitioners who carried out the process
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Team of Medical practitioners who carried out the process