- The young and beautiful Ghanaian girl named Memuna Malik who met a great acid attack misfortune in Saudi Arabia has undergone a corrective surgery
- Memuna was wrongfully attacked after she went out on a fateful day to a hairdresser and was mistaken for the woman by one of her foes
- A photo of her after the procedure was carried out has Korle Bu has been seen by YEN.com.gh
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Memuna Malik, the pretty Ghanaian lady who was attacked wrongfully in Saudi Arabia by another Ghanaian woman has undergone a corrective surgery at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra.
As readers would recall, Memuna was reported to have gone to a hairdresser when there was a knock on the door and she went ahead to open up for the person.
Little did she know that the hairdresser had had a squabble with the lady who was knocking.
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Immediately, she opened the door, the lady poured concentrated acid on the innocent girl, thinking she was the hairdresser with whom she had a disagreement.
Memuna later came to Ghana and was met by the leader of the Crime Check Foundation who solicited funds to take Memuna to the hospital for plastic surgery on her face.
The procedure has been carried out and Memuna is seen in the latest picture with her entire face bandaged.
It is hoped by many that the end result would make Memura regain a considerable amount of her beauty, even if she is not back to her normal state.
In a separate report, parents of the four Takoradi girls who were kidnapped and subsequently murdered according to a police report have spoken after a brutal sentence was made against the perpetrators at the Sekondi High Court.
As YEN.com.gh earlier reported, the two Nigerians, Samuel Udoetuk Wills, and John Oji were found guilty of the crimes of kidnapping and subsequently killing the four Takoradi girls.
For that reason, they were sentenced to death by hanging in the court ruling that was held on March 5, 2021.
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