Dr. Dominic Obeng Andoh, director of the Advanced BodySculpt Centre, Obengfo Hospital has confirmed what the late Stacy Offei-Darko, who was the Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the National Entrepreneurship Innovation Programme (NEIP) came to do at his center — which he said was liposuction and fat transfer.
But Obeng stated that she died later.
Dr. Obeng revealed that the late Stacy had visited the Advanced BodySculpt Centre, Obengfo Hospital twice before her demise.
He refused to take any blame for her demise because according to him, he didn’t do anything untoward as liposuction procedure was done on her with success and that came with no complications.
“Stacy came for liposuction and fat transfer to parts of her body to make her look fine. I heard that she had died but she didn’t die as a result of the liposuction because there were no complications associated with the procedure. I didn’t do anything untoward. She has been at my hospital twice and so why would she come back again for the second time if indeed we didn’t do a good job,” He said
In an interview on Asempa FM, Dr. Obengfo also denied the allegations that he deposited her body at the morgue four days after her death.
He indicated that cannot happen because if someone loses his or her life at a hospital the body cannot be there in four days.
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He also rubbished that claims that the Ghana Medical and Dental Council revoked his license.
The Council had said that Obeng Andoh was operating illegally at the time Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the National Entrepreneurship Innovation Programme (NEIP), Stacy Offei Darko, died at his facility.
He said he was put on the permanent register of practitioners by the Medical and Dental Council in 2000, after completing his house job and therefore could not have operated illegally.
He explained he was accused by the Ghana Medical and Dental Council of operating illegally following a billboard advertisement he carried on a hernia.
He said he wasn’t given a fair hearing and therefore, was forced to appeal his suspension when the matter was taken to court and the suspension was put on hold.
Stacy Offei-Darko passed away at the Obenfo Hospital in Accra on Monday, May 21, 2018. She was laid to rest on the 28th of July,2018