Dr Michael Obeng: Ghanaian surgeon removes Gorilla Glue from Tessica Brown’s head

Dr Michael Obeng: Ghanaian surgeon removes Gorilla Glue from Tessica Brown’s head

- Tessica Brown, the viral lady who mistakenly applied Gorilla Glue on her scalp thinking it was hairspray has finally been relieved of her discomfort

- The procedure to unstick her scalp was carried out by Dr Michael Obeng, a popular Ghanaian-born doctor

- The operation cost a whopping $12,500 but Dr Obeng offered to carry it out at absolutely no cost

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Renowned Ghanaian-born surgeon, Dr Michael Obeng, has successfully conducted a surgical operation to unstick Gorilla Glue from the scalp of Tessica Brown who mistakenly applied the glue as hairspray.

In a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Amp.tmz.com, it is indicated that Tessica Brown's hair had been glued for more than a month until now that she finally has sweet relief.

Dr. Michael Obeng's service to Tessica cost a whopping $12,500 but he performed the procedure for free, and it took him a total of about 4 hours to finished it all up.

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Dr Michael Obeng: Ghanaian surgeon removes Gorilla Glue Tessica Brown’s head

Dr Michael Obeng: Ghanaian surgeon removes Gorilla Glue Tessica Brown’s head Credit: amp.tmz.com
Source: UGC

See a report of the success below:

By way of explaining how he was able to conduct the relieving surgery, the Ghanaian-born Dr Obeng broke down his secret recipe, explaining it was all just basic chemistry.

He found a suitable way and combined medical grade adhesive remover, aloe vera, olive oil, and a dash of acetone in adequate proportions for the process.

Perhaps, the story of Tessica is a vital reminder for everyone to always double-check the products they use as it could turn out to be the beginning of an unpleasant experience.

In another powerful report, Craig Owusu, a 19-year-old student at the University of Ghana studying philosophy, psychology, and archaeology has created an outfit using water sachets

Information obtained directly from the level 100 student indicates that prior to him getting enrolled at UG, Craig graduated from the Osei Tutu senior high school.

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Due to his exploits and creativity, Craig Owusu partook in the Youth Empowerment Awards and was able to win an award as a certificate sighted by YEN.com.gh has shown.

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