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Abuakwa A/R: Poly Clinic Staffs save two unconscious children after being kept in room for two weeks

Abuakwa Poly Clinic saved two unconscious children after parents decomposed at home and locked their house

Abuakwa Poly Clinic in the Atwima Nwabiagya Municipality of the Ashanti region led by Dr Mensah Manye and his agile staff have saved two children’s who have been dehydrated for the past two weeks after their parents locked the house but through able rescue by Abuakwa Police Service and good Informant they have secured the kids and under treatment at Abuakwa Poly Clinic.

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The name of the parents is Mr Samuel Jackson and Mrs Ernestina Jackson are from Holland who lives at Abuakwa- Maakro with two kids namely Samuel Klein 13 yrs and Samuel Kleina 11 yrs old but they lived independently without chatting with the public.

According to the police information, the wife died and the late Jackson used ice packs to preserve the body and later Mr Jackson too died on the WC toilet which the two bodies been decomposed whiles the kids lives as well by been dehydrated for many days.

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The police after breaking the house saw the kids been weak and dehydrated and unable to walk well and brought them for medication.

Dr Mensah Manye Medical Superintendent of Abuakwa Poly Clinic briefed Hello FM Nana Akwasi of the case.

One of the kids Samuel Kleina also told his story and finally appeal to the government to seek assistance for them through Holland Embassy to go back to their route.

Dr Mensah admitted the conditions of the kids are very well and would be soon discharge to the Police and Social Welfare Department for further actions.

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Story by: Nana Akwasi Kyere @ Hello FM

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