10 Doctors Whose Patients Died As A Result Of BBL/Liposuction Surgeries

Not ever cosmetic surgeon is the ideal doctor to pay for a surgery. Sometimes it is better to maintain your God given body and try natural means of losing weight than to have go under the knife.doctor

Yes everything in life requires some level of risk, but some risk are not worth your life. So here are doctors who have killed patients while performing BBL/Liposuction.
Dr Anu
Dr Anu also known as Sisi Anu is a popular cosmetic surgeon who runs a clinic called Med Contour in Lekki, Lagos. She has been at the centre of controversy for some years over her failed and illegal procedures some of which has led to death. Her stint with controversies first began in February 2019 when Nneka Miriam Onwuzuligbo, a beauty queen died. Nneka was in the coma for 31 days  after undergoing a buttocks enlargement procedure. She became news in April 2020 when Twitter influencer, OmohTee called her out for performing a failed surgery on her. She revealed that she paid N1.2 million for the butt implant and liposuction procedure but soon started experiencing  complications.
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Her clinic was shut down days after by the Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (FCCPC) after public outcry. Dr Anu was arrested and arraigned at the Federal High Court, Ikoyi in July 2020 by FCCPC over her failed procedure which led to Nneka’s death.

The Unnamed Spanish Doctor
To date the name of the doctor that was involved in the operation that led to the death of former First Lady, Stella Obasanjo remains unknown. The late first lady died on October 23, 2005, following a botched tummy tuck – elective liposuction – procedure in Spain. He was sentenced to one year imprisonment for manslaughter by a court in Malaga, Spain.
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The surgery was scheduled towards the commemoration of her 60th birthday. The court also suspended for three years the professional licence of the doctor simply identified by his initials, M.A, for allegedly messing up the operation. He was also fined 120,000 euros which he has to pay to Olumuyiwa Obasanjo, son of the late Stella. The prosecution had asked for a two years imprisonment and suspension of his licence for five years. The surgeon had denied responsibility for the death, saying that the operation was carried out in conformity with medical practice.

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