Dr. Obengfo reveals clients

Dr. Dominic Obeng-Andoh, the Director of the Advanced Body sculpt Centre popularly known as Obengfo Hospital, has revealed that his clientele includes wives of some renowned Ghanaian pastors as well as female pastors.

Apart from that category of people, Dr. Obeng-Andoh said he performs liposuction and body contouring procedures for celebrities, businesswomen, public figures and expatriates who travel all the way from their countries of origin to Ghana, purposefully for his body sculpting services.

In an interview on Accra FM on Thursday, 18 October 2018, Dr Obeng-Andoh said: “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”.

He revealed that some expatriates also patronise his services as well as Ghanaians in the diaspora, who have heard about his exploits.

Dr Obeng-Andoh said he mostly deals with bloated tummies, shapelessness, and obesity.

As far as he is concerned, he is providing essential services to his clients, adding that through his craft, he has helped salvaged marriages which were on the rocks due to some husbands’ loss of sexual interest in their wives, especially after childbirth.

Dr. Obeng-Andoh, together with his janitor, are facing trial in connection with the death of the Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the National Entrepreneurship Innovation Programme (NEIP), Stacy Offei-Darko.

Ms. Offei-Darko died while on admission at the Obengfo Hospital on 21 May 2018 after undergoing a surgery allegedly performed by Dr. Obeng-Andoh.

Dr-Obeng-Andoh has been granted bail.

Two jailed 18 years for defilement

A Circuit Court in Accra on Wednesday sentenced Richard Addo, a 25-year-old barber, to 10 years imprisonment for defiling a 12-year-old girl at Ashaley Botwe, a suburb of Accra.

Addo was found guilty by the court on a charge of defilement at the end of the trial.

Mrs Jane Harriet Akweley Quaye read out the judgement.

Prosecuting, Chief Inspector Kofi Atimbire narrated that the complainant is a trader residing at Ashaley Botwe with the victim. The victim is the complainant’s granddaughter.

Addo resided in the same vicinity with the complainant. On February 21, this year, the complainant noticed a change in the victim. When she was questioned, the victim told the complainant that, in December last year, Addo lured her into his barbering shop and had sex with her on two occasions.

Prosecution said after the act, Addo gave her GH¢2.00 and warned her not tell anybody.

On February 21, this year, a report was made to the Police and a medical form was issued to the complainant to take the victim to the hospital for medical examination. Later prosecution said Addo was arrested.

In the second case, the same court sentenced Emmanuel Ocquaye, aka Chanchu, to eight years’ imprisonment for having anal sex with an eight- year-old boy at Newtown Nkansah Djan in Accra.

Ocquaye, who pleaded not guilty, was, however, found guilty at the end of the trial.

Ocquaye, who was an apprentice working at a hair dye manufacturing firm at Kotobabi, lived at Kotobabi Down. The complainant is the father of the victim and they both reside at Nkansah Djan.

Prosecution said in April this year, the victim, who was on school vacation, usually assisted his mother to sell her provisions in a shop.

According to prosecution Ocquaye, whose workplace was close to the victim’s mother’s shop, took advantage to befriend him and he began luring him with games on his mobile phone.

The prosecutor said Ocquaye lured the victim into his shop and had anal sex with him.

The victim, prosecution said, narrated the incident to his aunty, who caused the arrest of Ocquaye and a formal complainant was lodged.

Prosecution said a medical form was issued to the victim to seek medical care.

Ocquaye, in his caution statement, denied the offence.

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