Mother of late Suzzy Williams accuses hospital staff of murder fourteen years after her daughter’s demise

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Mother of late actress Suzy Williams, Madam Cecilia Williams has accused doctors who were in charge of her daughter before her passing of murder, ABC News can report.

Suzzy Williams died 14 years ago after a car crash on the La-Teshie Nungua Highway in Accra. The actress was reported to have died out of the accident but her mother  says her daughter was killed.

Cecilia Williams, narrating the circumstances that led to the death of her daughter said on the fateful day that her daughter was declared dead, she had visited her earlier at the hospital. She said being a former nurse, she had checked her pulse and heartbeat and was convinced that her daughter was okay.

Suddenly, she said one of the medical officers who came to check on Suzzy held her hair from behind and inserted a white substance she suspected to be cocaine into her nose with a syringe.

The substance according to her, was in a blue ice chest with a white cover.

”I passed by and pulled the window down. Young fair-coloured [medical officer], held the hair [of Suzzy] from behind with a straw into Suzzy’s nose. That is what I saw and I can never ever forget it. What I saw goes inside. They brought a blue ice chest with a white cover that was the time I told my husband they are going to kill this girl and wrap for us to take to the mortuary,” she said.

Madam Cecilia Williams said she could not get over the pain even after a year the incident happened. She narrates that she went back to the hospital to meet the doctor she suspects to have murdered her daughter to demand an explanation. According to her, the doctor, apologized and said he would have saved her life if he knew she was a Voltarian.

According to her, a young doctor confined in her that it was better her daughter died because the nature of her condition would have made her a burden for the family if she was saved.

”That was when the thing was pushed into her nostrils after they finished everything they wrapped her for us just the way I saw it and I asked the young doctor why and he said this way is better for us. Once and for all. After-all, if she survives, she will be a burden on you. That was what he told me,” She opined.

She continued that, ”they wrapped her in a cloth and put her in their Ambulance and I said let me have a look at her because when we were going to the hospital, there was nothing in her nose and I told my husband I wanted to see what the doctor was doing,”

”So they asked if I wanted to remove the cloth and I said yes I wanted to see the white substance in her nose because it wasn’t there before she came to the hospital. I visited the person inside the room, checked her pulse and everything. It was normal. I have been a nurse before so I know what pulse and heartbeat is,” she said.



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