UPDATE: ‘Liposuction’ Caused Death Of Deputy CEO Of NEIP At Dr. Obengfo Hospital

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The Director of the Obengfo Hospital, Dr. Dominic Obeng Andoh has been charged with murder by the police at the Accra District Court on Tuesday over the death of Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the National Entrepreneurship Innovation Programme (NEIP), Miss Stacy Offei-Darko

According to the deceased’s mother, her daughter (Stacy) went to the hospital to seek medical attention because of her malaria. However, it was during the court proceedings yesterday, 29th May, it was revealed that Stacy went there to do Liposuction and fat transfer surgery. The surgery failed and she died.

Lipo surgery is the type of surgery where fats are removed and later transferred from some parts of the body to other parts to give the body more appealing nature. Mostly the fats are transferred from the stomach to the buttocks.

Miss Stacy went to the Obengfo hospital on 20th May 2018. She died the next day, 21st May 2018 while the surgical process was ongoing.

After she died, Dr. Dominic Obeng-Andoh on his own authority took the body of the lady to 3 different mortuaries to be deposited. It was refused with the reason being that they need a family member present.

Finally, with Edward Amponsah, a cleaner at the Obengfo clinic impersonating as a relative of the deceased, Dr. Dominic Obeng-Andoh convinced St Gregory hospital at Buduburam to accept the remains of the late Deputy Chief Executive Officer for National Entrepreneurship Innovation Programme (NEIP).

The late Stacy Offei Darko is rumored to have had a child with the outspoken NPP Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Hon Kennedy Agyapong. The doctor has been charged with murder while Edward Amponsah charged with impersonation. It is alleged Obengfo collapsed when he was arrested.