Like any other siblings, it can go from chatting, laughing together, clapping, playing together and sometimes arguing and sometimes disputing toys. They're here, they're warriors. And what I can do is just be beside them. Killing one of my child for another is something I can't do. I can't allow myself to choose who will live, who will die. No, no.
It was very difficult for me and it was a great shock for me also, when they were born because we didn't have any indication that they were twins and conjoined twins. So a very difficult situation for children suffering from severe disability in Senegal. So I didn't want to let them face any risk for their survival. What I've decided at this point is not to focus on what will happen tomorrow. I'm just trying to look after them and to make them happy as possible.