Conjoined Twins: Maryam and Fatimah, one year after separation
The Borno state born, Adamawa state separated conjoined twins; Maryam and Fatimah are one year after separation today.
Speaking to the Periscope Global, Mohammed Ramat father and Kellu Adam mother, kept on appreciating the intervention of Prof. Auwal Muhammad Abubakar the Medical Director FMC Yola, with the surgical team and the entire management of the health facility for the free and successful separation of their conjoined twins.
“It is exactly one year today when our daughters, Maryam and Fatimah, hitherto conjoined twins, were successfully separation at FMC Yola, Adamawa state.
“We’ll continue thanking Prof.Auwal Muhammad Abubakar the Medical Director FMC Yola, the surgical team and the entire management of FMC Yola for the free surgery,” Ramat said.
Ramat and Kellu however lamented that they lost Fatimah the youngest twin on March 21, 2019.
“Fatimah was the youngest of the twins. She however proved to be more active. She was the first to start crawling and learning how to walk. We however lost her after a brief illness as Allah SWT willed it to be so. She died on 21st March, 2019.
“Maryam the twin sister is healthy and hearty. She has learnt how to walk without any complication or deformity,” the parents of the twins said.