Caroline Danjuma Speaks For Co-Joined Twins, Their Parents Plight (Photo)

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Controversial actress and Fashionista, Caroline Danjuma has openly pleaded with good Nigerians to come to the aid of a certain woman who had co-joined twins.

According to Ms Danjuma, Mrs Mary Ayeni has been in pains and emotional stress since she had the co-joined twin girls four months ago. She also narrated how the hospital where the babies were born had been allegedly taking advantage of the twins to make money for themselves.

"My little angels are 4 months old today. Unfortunately I have to speak up on behalf of this kids and the parents. The hospital they are in right now are bent on operating on them when they don't have the equipment. Hospitals in Texas and Canada have asked for their MRI scan and CT scan to see if they can assist this children but the hospital in Enugu has refused to give it to them , when I personally called a certain Prof Obiayo she asked me what the hospital abroad needed it for. What a funny question. The hospital went as far as publishing in the newspaper that they would need 5m for the surgery without informing the parents . To them it's all about the money," the sultry actress wrote on Instagram.

Continuing, Caroline explained how the hospital has been adding to the mother's pains and anguish.

"The mother has been crying for fear of loosing her daughters. The hospital has refused to communicate with the parents but are only concerned with making a name and money through this innocent babies. Giving out their personal bank Account without the consent of the family . They said we should keep the kids in the hospital for 9 months before operation by my research those babies don't need to stay for that long if they ain't sharing any organs. This babies are handed over to student doctors and that scares me most. I have decided to voice out cause I have been the one consoling the parents since I got involved but right now I am extremely livid at the selfishness and non caring attitude of the doctors. The parents can speak for them selves . Hopeville foundation will continue to do its best . Unfortunately the hospital in Enugu is refusing to assist," she concluded.