After Caroline Danjuma called out University Teaching Hospital Enugu for refusing to release co-joined twins for surgery in a hospital that has better equipment, They have finally agreed to release the twins and apologized for not communicating well and for all the mishap that happened along the way.
Read what she posted on her Instagram page below
A big THANK YOU to all the blogs , and to every single person that reposted and spoke out, our voices was certainly heard and I believe our babies will be happy to thank you all personally when they grow up. UNTH Enugu has apologised for not communicating well and for other mishaps that occurred along the way.
A lot of meetings have been going on for the safety of the kids and they have agreed to assist in sending out records to interested hospitals. We thank them for their cooperation . All hands are on deck now, ensuring miracle and testimony have the best care and surgery . By my research such surgery takes 10-18 hrs depending on its complexity , chances of survival is 5-25 percent , which could involve 20-25 surgeons , finding the best team for the surgery is our outmost priority regardless of where it would be.
We want both girls to be alive . By his grace all will be well. Will keep you all updated . Thank you very much and may God stand up for you as you stood up for the Ayeni twins. We all appreciate you all. The battle will soon be over.