Dominic Kwame Obeng-Andoh, the director of a private medical centre in Accra, Obengfo Hospital, who is before an Accra Magistrate Court for alleged murder has said his procedures are not crude as speculated to the Ghanaian public.
The embattled medical doctor has been charged for murdering Stacy Offei Darko, Deputy CEO of National Entrepreneurship Innovative Plan (NEIP) in May this year.
The deceased is said to have gone to the medical facility in the aforementioned month, for liposuction and fat transfer surgery, a procedure, Dr Obeng-Andoh revealed she has undergone an earlier one.
The suspect was earlier denied bail after the same court presided over by Justice Kofi Dorgu ruled that the proper charge against the suspect would have been medical negligence which is not necessarily a crime but the circumstances surrounding the handling of the dead body appear to suggest a foul play.
The popular doctor who was granted bail in July has said in a radio interview today that, he “would repeat the same procedure on any client who came with the condition of the deceased state official”.
Lamenting the unfortunate death of his longtime client at his facility, he urged the Ghanaian not to see the issue as unusual, because deaths after many medical procedures are common in hospitals.
He however debunked claims that Stacy Ofei Darko died as a result of the medical procedure he conducted on her.
The body sculptor is on bail in the sum of GHC 100,000 with two sureties, one of whom must be justified, as trial con