After ‘Damaging Pregnant Woman’s Womb’, Bauchi Doctor Wants To Remove Or Stitch It

After a failed Caesarean Surgery that damaged a Bauchi-based pregnant woman’s womb, Khadija Muhammad, the Chief Medical Director of Misau General Hospital, Muhammed Sani, said removing or stitching her womb remains the only option.

WikkiTimes gathered that Khadija was admitted to the hospital on July 4, following signs of deliverance.

The CMD, however, recommended that she undergo Cesarean Surgery because she was “carrying a dead fetus in her womb.”

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Malam Ismael Ahmed, Khadija’s husband alleged that the CMD inserted a metal through Khadija’s private part and forced out the child — a development that caused internal injury to her and impaired the child’s left eye including limbs.

Khadija, according to her husband, remains in a coma for three days after the surgery. Sadly, she was neglected by the hospital staffers. 

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“The CMD told me that Khadija is carrying a dead baby,” her husband said. “He inserted a metal through her vagina and forced out the baby. In the process, the baby was injured on his face, hand and legs.”

He added: “Khadijah has been bleeding since then. Two bags of blood were diffused into her but the bleeding persisted. 

“He later told me that her womb got damaged. That she has been bleeding. He said we had two options to stop her bleeding: either he removed her womb completely or stitched it. “

Ismael said the CMD further demanded three bags of blood for his wife. This was after the failed surgery. He said the doctor told him Khadija would be put under oxygen for three days. 

He said a team of seven doctors from Abubakar Tafawabalewa University Teaching Hospital came and examined her and recommended that she should be taken to Federal Medical Centre Azare for proper and urgent medication. 

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Ismael said since their arrival at FMC Azare, Khadijah did not regain her consciousness.

Reacting, Chairman Bauchi State Hospital Management Board, Muhammad Sambo Alkali,  constituted a fact-finding committee to unravel the position of the incident.


  1. This is serious, it now comes to the level that we graduated quake doctors due to Nigerians government problems. Examination malpractice and co is the root of all this, but I guess, a good medical personal can handle the bleeding before anaemic stage. May God give her a quick recovery together with the infant.

  2. Yawale Adamu must learn how to get his facts right before rushing to publish them. There is no indication that he went to the General Hospital Misau to get their version of the story. This is journalism at it’s worst. No balancing of facts? What a pity that the social media can be used to assume the duties/responsibility of a profession one is NOT QUALIFIED for.


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