Cosmetic Surgery of Death: Dr Anu of Medcontour has been arrested and charged to court.
Dr Anu of Medcontour has been arrested and dragged to court by the Federal Government if Nigeria on allegations of medical malpractice and blunders that led to death of a client amongst others.
She has been accused of carrying out a failed cosmetic surgery that led to the death of one Mrs. Nneka Miriam Barbra Onwuzuligbo among other things.
An investigative Journalist, Fisayo Soyombo made it known to the public via his verified twitter handle that showed images of Dr Anu being arraigned in court. The post also carried evidences of her case record in court.
He tweeted: “Following her arrest on Wednesday, the trial of cosmetic surgeon Dr. Anu of MedContour Services Ltd is about to kick off at the Federal High Court, Ikoyi. The case: is ‘Federal Republic of Nigeria v. Dr. Adepoju Anuoluwapo & MedContour’. @fccpcnigeria is the prosecutor.”
The arrest of Dr Anuoluwapo Adepoju and her arraignment before the Federal High Court in Ikoyi was confirmed by Mr Tunde Irekura, the chairman of consumer protection agency.
The agency tweeted: “Breaking: FGN v. Dr. Anu Adepoju & Medcontour: Defendant arrested & brought to court under criminal charges of failure to comply with FCCPC’s requirements in an investigation; appear & provide info relevant to ongoing investigation.Prosecution led by Babatunde Irukera, CEO,FCCPC.”
Dr Anu is been prosecuted for parading herself as a plastic surgeon which she is not, committing medical practices that led to the death of one Mrs. Nneka Miriam Barbra Onwuzuligbo and failure to comply with the investigation of FCCPC on criminal charges filed against her by her unfortunate victims.
It is a well known fact that Dr Anu is not a certified cosmetic surgeon but parades herself as one to her unsuspecting victims who later come down with life threatening complications and even reported deaths after she performs her botched and unskilled plastic surgery procedure on them. Her health facility, Medcontour has been shut down several times by the federal authorities over reports of malpractices.
This post was last modified on July 3, 2020 5:02 pm