Saturday, 12 March 2016

Woman removes twins from death sister's body after doctors refused to touch her (graphic photos)

According to a post on social media shared by an eye witness, the corpse of a pregnant woman Koumate Monique, who still had on her two living children was brought to the Laquintinie Hospital in Douala. However, the doctors refused to carry out a surgery on the death woman and remove the twins because the family of the corpse did not have required money for the procedure.

The niece of the deceased decided to do the surgery herself. She reportedly opened her sister up with just a razor blade (without medical experience) and removed the babies.

According to a Canal2 journalist, one baby came out death and the other alive but died a few minutes later.

See the pictures below...

WARNING GRAPHIC PICS!

20 comments:

  1. Are the babies alive? She's a true hero

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  2. how can a government hospital refuse to attend to a citizen because of money. what a shame.

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  3. Almost cried when I saw this. How sad.just look at the other women standing and taking pics.

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  4. Lord have mercy she is a hero

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  5. Omg , only in Africa(in my fuse odg voice), it's true blood is thicker than water they say, am in tears only becos she lost the babies after all her effort.......

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  6. God!!! And instead of helping. They were busy taking videos. Weheee God. Weheee Cameroon

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  7. They really mean it when they say 'le cameroun c'est le cameroun'. Jesus Christ ! And to think that the doctors maybe gathered some where drafting a motion of support is the most acheing part of it

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  8. Cameroon is a shameful and disgusting nation. Money has blinded the eyes of people. All who had the chance to help those babies yet refused will surely get their reward from the pit of hell. Money money money useless society. Government corrupted lazy and useless.

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  9. Cameroon is a shameful and disgusting nation. Money has blinded the eyes of people. All who had the chance to help those babies yet refused will surely get their reward from the pit of hell. Money money money useless society. Government corrupted lazy and useless.

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  10. Please. dats not what actually happened... social media is blowing ds thing out of proportion. ds lady arrived d hospital already dead... n normally d babies can't survive for more dan 10-15 after d mum's death... she was referred to laquintinie from anoda hospital n was already dead on arrival. d personnel checked for heart sounds from d foetuses n nothing. the sister arrived later claiming her sister had been neglected n rushed to d pharmacy to vita surgical blade n cut d corpse when d babies were long dead

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  11. Ds lady was at a smaller hospital n had uterine rupture, meaning her womb splitted n d babies are floating in d abdominal cavity. Chances to survive are very slim for both mother and children in a very limited amt of time.so she was referred to laquintinie but unfortunately died on her way. on arrival she was declared dead after examination then sent to d mortuary. d babies have to separated from dia mother before admitted into d mortuary.d family den took d lady to d front of d maternity n d sister cut opend after buying a surgical blade. d sister had no right to do what she did in d premises of a hospital. we keep putting blame on doctors n nurses n we should stop doing this.I think its d system n policy makers at fault here, for not implementx good policies for health n inadequate material in d hospitals n Cameroonians too..

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    1. Do you reason with your self. Even if the mother was dead. it's ethical to remove the babies immediately and check if the babies are alive.
      Please watch how to get away with murder. The main character Analise was pregnant had an accident. When she got to the ER and she gained consciousness they told her the couldn't hear the baby's heart beat so they taking her to surgery. It doesn't mean the baby is dead.That was the doctors words They did C section and tried cpr on the baby before calling the time of death. Remember they have to call the TIME OF DEATH.
      I rest my case.
      Even a doctor told me, about hospital drama in Cameroon. And told me let me save you from that headache.
      I live abroad and trust me it's life before money. they even tell you at work, the work will still be there it's your health before money. I been to the ER and it's life before money or paper work...
      May God bless that sister! Three lives lost!

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    2. Nyoh Claudia do you listen to yourself when you write this rubbish. even if the mother and babies where death before arrival, it is the responsibility of the doctor and midwives to perform surgery on the woman and remove the babies even if they are death. not the responsibilities of a family member. For Christ sake we all know doctors and midwives can not give life to a human being but please be ethical and show some respect even to the death.

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  12. upon how many years of my life that Laquintine is still like death sentence place. Ah thank God for my Dad he was like ah never take me to that hospital.
    Nathalie Koah is organizing a rally. A citizen is dead in a gov't hospital. Who is the director of the hospital sef!!!!

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  13. @Nyoh Claudia....fake story d children were still moving though d mother was dead.d sister got one alive n d baby died later.if d stupid doctors had attended to her they would be a chance saving d life of atleast one baby.laquintini is jst a slaughter hse those of us living in Dla can testify to dt.how many critical cases go to dt hospital n come out alive???money money is all they know.may the faithful souls RIP

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  14. OOOH Lord help a poor women in this world

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  15. @Claudia, I wish this on no one, but to say the least you are simply pathetic. How dare you to say such words. If you were in that situation, what would you do? Sometimes it's people like you that are so embeded in these status quo of I don't care and it's not my concern or blaming the ppl that should be held as hero for standing up to do the right thing looks hideous in sight of others. You should be ashamed of yourself. "Only in Africa". We know that Claudia had accepted that there shouldn't be any changes in the way Dr's handle life. We all know in Africa it's money first then life. Its sad. We need to break that chain. When all doctors took that Hypocratic Oath its to do all they can to say life but in Africa it's the other way around. Those babies were alive, only if the docs were trained well to do what they were supposed to, they would be alive today. Plus the sister tried, I believe if she would've know how to perform CPR and give those babies oxygen they would've survived. I'm smh. She's an hero. It's just too sad, this only happens in Africa.

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  16. IT ONLY HAPPENS IN AFRICA...

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  17. I sincerely have no words. All I can personally do is weep for my beloved country. I really do not CARE if the woman died at home or wherever. Those of you saying Dr's shouldn't be blamed, she had an accident,she didn't do antenatal bla bla bla. Stop for a moment and ask yourself. If that was your mum, sister, daughter would you have a moment of peace watching her go thru that ordeal? Children dead or alive was supposed to be handled by a specialist. Instead we sit at the Comfort of our homes with 25 cfa subscription and spill trash. I am from Cameroon and lost my dad 3years ago to such negligence in a so called prominent hospital. Not because of money but wrong diagnostics and wrong drugs. Smh!!!! tears. By the time it was discovered and dad referred to a specialist hospital in the UK it was already too late. So called Dr who gave him wrong drugs was unreachable because he was on vacation abroad. Indeed! Most of you say whatever you wanna say just because the stray bullet hasn't hit you yet. RIP Monique

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