Nana Aba took upon herself the burden of initiating a fundraising campaign on social media to raise GHC3,000,000 in support of the surgery that will separate a newborn conjoined twins at Ridge Hospital.
The campaign was able fetch over GHC500,000 in a matter of days and also attracted the attention and support of many dignitaries.
News also broke that H.E Nana Addo had pledged to take responsibility for the total cost of the surgery.
Nana Aba’s selfless act reached Lydia and Linda, the first conjoined twins to be separated in Ghana in 1996 through the intervention of the late J.J Rawlings.
They reached out to the GhOne TV general manageress on social media with a touching message to express how grateful they are over Nana Aba’s effort to help the conjoined twins.
Their message read, “Good evening Aunty Nana Aba, I am Lydia Awui Eugenia, together with my twin sister Linda, we are the first survival of operated conjoined twins in Ghana”.
“just recently I have seen your post about the handsome conjoined twins who need help,” Lydia who has been an adent follower of Nana Aba added.
She continued that ” after seeing them, I cried my heart reminiscing what I’, told we went through … I became happy at the same time sad seeing these enduring what we endured some time ago. But glory be to God that today my sister and I have grown up to be beautifully and wonderfully wonderful to the glory of God”.
Nana Aba shared the message from the twins on her social media with hashtags that say “inspiring, hope conjoined twins”.
See her post below