- Dr. Dominic Obeng-Andoh of Obengfo Hospital has said he didn’t kill Tracy
- He said he will not intentionally do anything that would cause a patient’s death
- Obengfo was accused of Stacy’s death, and has currently been granted bail while investigations continue in the court
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Advanced Bodysculpt Centre popularly known as Obengfo Hospital, Dr. Dominic Obeng-Andoh, has said he is in no way connected to Stacy’s death.
Dr. Obeng has thus rejected any involvement in the sudden death of the former Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the National Entrepreneurship Innovation Programme (NEIP), Stacy Offei-Darko.
According to Dr. Obengfo, it was clearly not his fault that Ms. Stacy died.
This is contained in a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Peacefmonline.com.
“I will not intentionally do anything that will lead to a patient’s death,” he reportedly said emphatically.
He decried the rate at which falsehood is being peddled about him in this case, and said the case shouldn’t even have ended up in court.
“A lot of the things being said about the case are lies. This is not a case that should have ended up in court in the first place,” Dr. Obenfo lamented.
The embattled cosmetic surgeon said he would not make any further comment on the issue as it’s still pending in court.
Ms. Offei-Darko, he revealed, was his friend for a time.
He revealed further that due to him being mentioned in connection with her death, he has not been able to bring himself to visit Stacy’s family to show his support.
Dr. Obeng-Andoh together with his janitor, who was also charged with impersonation, were accused of being involved in Ms. Offei-Darko’s.
The accused were arrested, detained and are currently battling to prove their innocence in court.
He however urged the media to be cautious in their reportage and believes that the performance of health practitioners is affected whenever facts involved in matters of that nature are twisted and misrepresented.
Meanwhile, in an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, Dr Obeng-Andoh revealed that some women who come for re-sculpting are Ghanaian female pastors, as well as wives of renowned Ghanaian pastors.
He said some of his clients even come from abroad to patronize his services.
“There are people from all sectors of life who come to me for my services. Some are wives of doctors, politicians, pastors and pastors’ wives; church members [and] all kinds of people; even some media people also come to the hospital,” Dr. Obengfo said.
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