More people opting to go under the knife - Ghanaian surgeon Dr. Debra reveals

More people opting to go under the knife - Ghanaian surgeon Dr. Debra reveals

- After completing Mfantsipim, Dr. Debrah went in to study medicine at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology

- He is now an accomplished Cosmetic Surgeon who has performed procedures for clients around the world

- He reveals that more people including young Ghanaians are opting for cosmetic surgery

From his humble beginnings in Mfantsipim to studying Medicine at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Dr. Debra is now a revered cosmetic surgeon.

Being the lead Surgeon at the Centre for Cosmetic Surgery Ghana, Dr. Kwasi A. Debra continues to perform procedures for clients around the world.

Dr. Kwasi Debra affirms that there is a rise in cosmetic surgeries in Ghana and a desire to have such shapely bodies has been greatly influenced by the internet, television and social media which have brought celebrities such as Kim Kardashian, Nicki Minaj and Cardi B closer to many Ghanaians.

Dr. Debra lives and works in the US but visits Ghana once or twice each year. According to him, he performs an average of 10 procedures a week when he is in the country.

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His clients come from every walk of life and include young people in their twenties with aspirations to be models or work in the corporate world.

He said cosmetic surgery has become very popular in Ghana and for most clients, after enquiries, it is only a question of being able to afford it.

Meanwhile, on 6th March 1971, African-American husband and wife musical duo, Tina and Ike Turner played an epic 15-hour concert marking Ghana's 14th anniversary Independence Day event christened the 'Soul to Soul' Concert in Accra.

Till date, the concert remains a very important Pan-African moment in history and it should be cherished forever. In 1971, the length of the concert was a big deal.

The accomplished doctor was featured on an episode of Ameyaw TV’s ‘The Pulp’:

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